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Paul Keohan
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Compiling from DOS with javac : can anyone think of a reason why a class would compile successfully even if it's pointing to a non-existant method in another class, when using -d? If the class is compiled without the -d, it generates an error, as it should. It's like using -d means that references to other classes are completely ignored.
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