Tree Structure of Visual Age Java

Discussion in 'Java' started by John Schutkeker, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. I'm about to embark on the quest of teaching myself IBM Visual Age Java,
    and I was quite suprised at the complexity of the IDE. To help programmers
    wade through vast class libraries, Microsoft gives Visual C++ programmers a
    poster that displays the entire heirarchy of sub-classes and sub-sub-
    classes, etc. as a rather well designed tree structure.

    Does VisualAge Java have anything similar to this, and if not, what's the
    best way to examine the tree structure of the entire library as a series of
    collapsible levels organized by function, rather than alphabetically?
     
    John Schutkeker, Sep 25, 2003
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