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Java J2SE 5.0 API Documentation

Hi Experts,

I've just started learning JAVA!  I'm about 30minutes into it and already I seek the advice of all you experts.  My Java handbook instructed me to download and install the JDK (version of my choice).  I've downloaded and installed JDK 5.0 (J2SE).  The book now instructs me to download the API documentation and unzip that into the JavaDocs folder.  Luckily I know where this folder is.

My problem is that I cannot find the documentation on Sun's website!!!  There is a page that displays API classes etc but now download for the wanted zip file.  Please provide me with a link.

Thanks
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CEHJ

8/22/2022 - Mon
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PantoffelSlippers

Thank you
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PantoffelSlippers

melchkishore & formula1act,

Thank you!  Dont know why I couldn't find it.

Thanks again

Cheers
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PantoffelSlippers

CEHJ,

Thank you for your effort as well.

Your link takes me to the download for version 6.  I specifically required version 5.

Thanks anyway
CEHJ

Sorry - missed that ;-)
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