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I'm wondering if anyone can tell me why I am receiving the error that 'javac is not recognized as an internal or external command? Is it because I didn't set the path variable correctly?
 
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Originally posted by Jimmian Lin:
I'm wondering if anyone can tell me why I am receiving the error that 'javac is not recognized as an internal or external command? Is it because I didn't set the path variable correctly?



Exactly. You have to set the path variable to the bin directory of your java installation folder.
 
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See this page in the Java Tutorials. Follow the links and make sure to do what it says to set up the PATH permanently.
 
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