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Where on macOS (Catalina) resides Java? Google says that inside Library folder, but nothing there? Any suggestions?
 
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On the command line, type the command "which java". Assuming it's on the path somewhere, it will tell you exactly where.
 
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On my Mac installation "which" points to /usr/bin, to where all the executables are aliased. On my machine the JDK is installed in /Library/Java/VirtualMachines. If you have more than one JDK it's going to have several subdirectories, otherwise just one.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:On my Mac installation "which" points to /usr/bin, to where all the executables are aliased. On my machine the JDK is installed in /Library/Java/VirtualMachines. If you have more than one JDK it's going to have several subdirectories, otherwise just one.


This is the correct answer Thanks man
 
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