would look for the jars directory under the root folder.
java -cp /jars/mp.jar player.MusicPlayer
Himai Minh wrote:
If you are under a directory where there is /mp/classes, then you should use this command. This command means go to /mp/classes to find player.MusicPlayer.
For example, if you have d:/myproject/mp/classes/ where player.MusicPlayer is and your current directory is d:/myproject, then use this command.
But make sure MusicPlayer is under player package.