Winston Gutkowski wrote:
Rod Taylor wrote:Now, any suggestions where I can find good tutorial points?
Yup. The horse's mouth.
Free and video tutorials preferably.
That might be a bit more difficult; although I hear that Coursera is supposed to be quite good. You may have to do a bit of hunting for the right course for you, and also wait for the next one to start though.
Tim Cooke wrote:FileReader is a subclass of InputStreamReader which is a subclass of Reader.
Matthew Brown wrote:Click on one of the FileReader links in these posts, and at the top of the Javadoc page you can see the complete inheritance hierarchy.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Do you mean copying the whole file? Look through the Java Tutorials; there is a section there about file copying. I haven't read it. I suspect it won't use the Apache class, however.
Mansukhdeep Thind wrote: Study in detail the following-
a) -classpath flag option of javac command
b) significance of package statement in relation to javac command
c) how the compiler searches for classes i.e. what all paths / directories will it look in. You do have the compiled Car.class file. But the compiler is unable to locate it. Find out the reason why.
You find answers to all these questions, you find the answer to your posted query.
Mansukhdeep Thind wrote:
Now to get back to your question. What is the command that you are giving to the java compiler when asking it to compile MyCar.java. Tell me the exact command.
Campbell Ritchie wrote:
And please show us the directory structure. Which is your current directory?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:What is PLC? In Britain it means public limited company, so I thought it meant some sort of programming as used in large companies, like Siemens, Allen-Bradley, or Mitsubishi. I was obviously mistaken