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runs no problem.
However, if I go into NetBeans, and try to run the same TreeDemo, when =
the code encounters
from pawt import swing
it returns with the error:
" no module named pawt"
I have tried various ways of adding the \Lib\pawt directory into my =
classpath in Netbeans.
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