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shaddam hossain
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Hello
i am a new java learner. Already i started study Head First Java. still now i am facing some problem. i could not be install java in my computer. please anyone help me


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Junilu Lacar
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Hi Shaddam,

Welcome to the Ranch!

There a many things that can contribute to the problem you're facing so please TellTheDetails (<-- click to see more). For example: what you have tried, the steps you followed, what instructions you followed, where you got those instructions (URL), what errors are you seeing, etc.

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Have a look at this FAQ. A likely problem is that you have indeed installed Java™ but not set a PATH correctly.
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BalaMurali dhar
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Hai shaddam,
Welcome to Ranch !

First of all Download the Java in your system.To set Classpath : Right click on MyComputer & then properties click on advanced and then Environment variables
It will show two Windows First is Classpath & second one is path. In classpath you have to set Lib folder & In path you have to set bin folder & then click ok
after that go to run type cmd & enter then one window screen appear then you type Javac & enter you will see a number of Java supporting files will come & then you run Java Programms
 
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BalaMurali dhar wrote:. . . In classpath you have to set Lib folder & In path you have to set bin folder & then click ok . . .
No, you don’t. You ought not to set a classpath at all. you should only do anything with a classpath if it has been set beforehand.
 
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