Jesper de Jong wrote:...The Java compiler performs an optimization with string literals. If the same string literal, for example "aa", is used multiple times in the same program, then the compiler makes sure that only one String object is created, which is reused...
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.RuntimeException: Uncompilable source code - not a statement
Java Result: 1
BUILD SUCCESSFUL (total time: 0 seconds)
Walter Ho wrote:...Aha. You're using a package.
Type in "cd C:\java\hello\src\" into the command line, it should output "C:\java\hello\src\" on the command line.
You then compile the code with "javac hello\Hello.java" on that command line, it just outputs ""C:\java\hello\src\" again, providing there are no compiler errors.
Now to run your code, you have use "java hello.Hello" to run the code....