19 February 2011

NetBeans Error

So, I recently got the nerve up to actually "get" Java.  I have done some development while working through Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours...but that was all in a Linux environment.  So, I tried developing using the Netbeans IDE.  I was using Eclipse.  I figured that I would spread the love to see what works best with me.  Here's the juice: I click the little green arrow to compile my class and here is what I get-->

What did I do to fix it?  I just right clicked the class and left clicked `run file'.  I guess you have to point to a main class for the little green arrow to work.  What up with that?

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