NetBeans IDE 4.1 & a class file

Hello, I use NetBeans IDE 4.1 to write my java programs. I've been assigned to write a program that will prompt the user for an input. To make this easier, my University has written a file called "In.java" so we can easily get any type of input from the user. For example if we want the user to enter his/her name, we would write:
System.out.println ("Please enter your name: ");
String name = In.getString(); //allows user to enter a string
The "In.java" file is supposed to be kept and compiled in the directory I'm working in. I kept it in C:\j2sdk1.4.2_09 and it works fine when I write a program in notepad but not NetBeans IDE. It does not recognize the "In.class" file. Any way to get around this? Thanks in advance.

NetBeans 4.1 is bundled with J2sdk1.5.0_04. Check your NetBeans classpath and see if it is pointing to the newer sdk.
If so, it needs to be changed to point to your older SDK...
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