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    Ivan Guest

    MS SDK for JAVA


    Dear All,

    I've created a java program, it's compiled & run well using Forte & JCreator
    (Java 2 SDK). But when I use MS SDK for Java 4, following error messages
    occured:

    'parseFloat' is not a method in class 'Float'

    What went wrong?

    Please help. Thanks in advance.

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: MS SDK for JAVA

    The Microsoft SDK doesn't support Java 2 (it hasn't been updated since about
    1.1.4, I believe), and parseFloat is a method that is new in Java 2 (the
    documentation says "Since 1.2"). In this case you'll have to replace this
    method by Float.valueOf(string).floatValue().

    PC2

    Ivan <ivan.gh@iname.com> wrote in message news:3ab3b299$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > Dear All,
    >
    > I've created a java program, it's compiled & run well using Forte &

    JCreator
    > (Java 2 SDK). But when I use MS SDK for Java 4, following error messages
    > occured:
    >
    > 'parseFloat' is not a method in class 'Float'
    >
    > What went wrong?
    >
    > Please help. Thanks in advance.




  3. #3
    Ivan Guest

    Re: MS SDK for JAVA


    Dear Paul,

    Thanks for the information. If I use MS SDK, will Netscape browsers have
    trouble in running my applet?


    "Paul Clapham" <pclapham@core-mark.com> wrote:
    >The Microsoft SDK doesn't support Java 2 (it hasn't been updated since about
    >1.1.4, I believe), and parseFloat is a method that is new in Java 2 (the
    >documentation says "Since 1.2"). In this case you'll have to replace this
    >method by Float.valueOf(string).floatValue().
    >
    >PC2



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