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can anybody tell me how to compile java file present d drive compile in c drive

 
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public class A
{
pubic static void main(String args[])
{
System.out.println("Hello World");
}
}

this file present in d: drive in some folder x
how to compile java file in c: location
 
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Why don't you just go to the D: drive and then 'cd' to the directory that contains the source file, and then compile it?

C:\Users\Ramesh> D:
D:\> cd MyProject
D:\MyProject> javac A.java
D:\MyProject> java A


If you absolutely want to compile it while you are not in the directory that contains the source file, just specify the complete path:

C:\Users\Ramesh> javac D:\MyProject\A.java
C:\Users\Ramesh> java -cp D:\MyProject A
 
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