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hi
I have written a java code class1.java and have pacakge test; as the first line.

so from the Current_Directlry i compiled using

1. javac -d test class1.java in this care current_directory\test\test\class1.class is created.
I tried running it using
java test.test.class1
2. javac class1.java in this care current_directory\test\class1.class is created
i tried running it using
java test.class1

In both the cases i am getting a NoClassDefFoundError... Can someone help me on how to compile and run a class inside a package?

Where am i going wrong?
Vidhya
 
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Try: java test/class1
 
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