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hi all,
i have a problem i am trying to make a package abc where i want to put a test.java
i have createst test.java and placed it in abc folder.
But i dont know how to compile my class and then run the class.
I am using windowsXP and jdk1.4.
Please help.
 
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hi Syed,
u shd try this steps,
1. make sure that u've statement "package abc" on top of the file test.java
2. make sure that u 've abc directory and test.java in there (as u already do have)
3. go to parent directory of the abc directory.
e.g. if u have following directory hierarchy,
c:\myprog\abc>
and test.java is there in this abc directory then,
u shd go to c:\myprog> and then do,
c:\myprog>javac abc/*.java
make sure that u 've "current directory" that is "." in the CLASSPATH. to set this u can do ,
c:\myprog>set CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;. on the prompt and then should try javac as mentioned above.
now to run the code,
c:\myprog>java abc.test
that should do the job..
let me know if u face problems...
regards
maulin
 
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also,
i assumed u've the PATH variable set up properly and all...so u are able to execute "java", "javac" etc from any directory..
regards
maulin
 
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If this is how ur class looks like,

from the same level as the abc folder, execute the following commands to compile and run the code.
 
Syed Kamran Ali
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i have compiled the class by going into the directory abc
setting classpath to f:\abc
and using command javac test.java
a class is generated but the class doesn't run using command
java test witin abc directory. It gives a no commandDeFoundError
 
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Thanks guys its working now there was a problem with class path
Thanks Again
 
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