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how to set classpath for jdk 1.6

 
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Hi everyone,

How can I set classpath for jdk 1.6 once it is being installed....?

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Welcome to JavaRanch

Don't set a classpath at all, unless one has already been set. If a classpath has been set, then add a . to it.
You will have to set a PATH variable, whihc is different from the classpath. Here are the installation instructions; in the Windows version it tells you about the PATH in section 4. If you are on a different operating system, please ask again.
 
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