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Hi,
I remember sometime on this ranch, there was some kind of discussion on classpath creation on different operating systems.
could anyone plz refer me to this link, i just loaded windows XP on my p.c. and would like to set the classpath.
mercie beaucoup...

 
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Hey Jo:
If I remember correctly, to do this go to start>control panel>system>advanced and click on 'environment'.
if you already have a CLASSPATH, just edit as needed (remember to put a ; between last entry and whatever you add)
if it doesnt exist, create it. i think you put a .; before your first path.

-Brasskey
 
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THANKS BRASSKEY
 
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THANKS BRASSKEY,
I LL GIVE IT A TRY. dont bother about my replying now...

A bien tot,

 
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