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Thread: How to a set java class path?

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    Default How to a set java class path?

    Never use the path, how to find the path,how add Java to the path


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    Default Re: How to a set/find the java path???

    Hello captjade,

    First of all find out where your JDK is located. If it is in your 'program files' directory for example, you can use this command in a command prompt to set the path:

    c:\set path=C:\program files\j2sdk1.4.2_04\bin;%path%;
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