Sonali Joshi

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Uma ,i do have everthing what ever you have mentioned
Valentin,
I have typed
D:\jdk1.2.2\abcd>javac a.java
still the same problem.
18 years ago
Sir,
I have done it.
But now when i type javac a.java.
It is saying can't read a.java.
Regards
Sonali
18 years ago
Hi,
I have just started with java.
I have downloaded jdk1.2.2.
And i have written a small program a.java just to check whether everthing is working fine.
But i am getting the following error.
The name specified is not an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
What does this mean.
If i type just javac also i get the same error.
Please help
Sonali
18 years ago
Thanx FEING
I was not aware of this.
Now that my exam date is coming near i am getting all the more confused.
Thnk you once again
Regards
Neha
Feing,
i am getting this error.
The name specified is not an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
What does this mean.
If i type just javac also i get the same error.
18 years ago
yes Mathew
I have done accordingly.
Variable name i have given is classpath
and path as D:\jdk1.2.2\bin;%path%D:\jdk1.2.2\jre\bin;%path%
And on command prompt
D:\jdk1.2.2\sonali>javac a.java
But i am getting The name specified is not an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.
What does this mean.
If i type just javac also i get the same error.
Please help.
I would really apreciate it,as i now this is out of topic.
Regards
Sonali
18 years ago
Thanx Feing
I have Win NT.
And i did not get you, you said put it in Windows enviroment.
What do you mean by that.
Regards
Sonali
18 years ago
Hi friends,
I am a new comer,please clude me too in your group.
I too have decided to give this Scjp exam.
I have downloaded jdk1.2.2 .
Each time i open a command prompt i have to set the class path.
I have set it like this.
D:\ set path=D:\jdk1.2.2\bin;%path%D:\jdk1.2.2\jre\bin;%path%
I have heard that u have to store this in a batch file in order not to repeat this.I do not know how it has to be done.Please can anyone suggest how to do it.
Then i have used this path
D:\jdk1.2.2\sonali>edit a.java
And have written a small program in order to check if everthing is working fine.
But when i write javac a.java
It is saying cannot read the file a.java.
I am unable to proceed and i do not have anyone to help me.
So please could anyone tell me where i am wrong
Thankyou in advance
Sonali


D:\jdk1.2.2\
18 years ago