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Javac error

 
Nick Petas
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I have three classes in the same directory.
The 3rd class is using one of the others.
Although I have compiled the first two classes in the same directory , when I try to compile the 3rd class I get the classic cannot find symbol error pointing to the type that is already compiled in this same directory.
How can I overcome this problem?
Thank you.
 
Yohan Weerasinghe
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Could you please submit the code?
 
Angus Comber
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Here is an example of how it works for me:


javac B.java
javac A.java

Then run:
java A

Works for me.

What code do you have and how are you compiling and running?
 
Darryl Burke
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Maybe you have a system CLASSPATH that doesn't include the current working directory.
 
Yohan Weerasinghe
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Angus Comber wrote:Here is an example of how it works for me:


javac B.java
javac A.java

Then run:
java A

Works for me.

What code do you have and how are you compiling and running?


You said you have 3 classes, so where is the third one? These two are fine.
 
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