It looks like you have the wrong class path for the location of the JDK. I
have not myself worked with Visual J++, so I do not no where to correct this.
But there must be some kind of setup for the JDK location in Visual, check
this location - if you can find it :-)
"JavaUser2002" <email@example.com> wrote:
>I wrote my programm on Visual J++ like that:
>public class Hello1 extends Applet
> public void paint( Graphics g )
> g.drawString( "Hello, World!", 50, 25 );
>after compiling I got those three error
>Undefined package 'lang'
>Undefined package 'awt'
>Undefined package 'applet'
>I hope some help.