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Java--trying to import compiled java.class into eclipse

I have a java project with compiled java classes that I am trying to import into eclipse.  I am able to import the project into eclipse, however, I do not see the compiled classes in eclipse.  I would like to see the compiled class so that I can use an eclipse plug-in to decompile an already compiled java class.  
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Collis_DamCommented:
If you are doing the whole importing only for decompiling, there is a much better way for you!
Use Cavaj Java Decompiler. This is the best in my opinion!

Download link:
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Programming/Other-Programming-Files/Cavaj-Java-Decompiler.shtml
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marklorenzCommented:
What you see depends on what window you are using.  Use Window > Show View to show the Package Explorer.  Also, make sure you are not filtering out anything you want to see, like empty folders or external libraries.  Bring up the Filters (see attached diagram) and make sure these are not checked.
Filters.png
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VBStudentAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that was what my problem was.
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