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Thread: Path error

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    Exclamation Path error


    Please help. I'm a beginner in java programming and I'm still in the tutorial phase, I just can't get it right. Thanks

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    Default Re: Path error

    1. Right Click on the project.
    2. In Run As option list select Run Configuration
    3. Then, JRE tab, select the corresponding JRE and then re-select the JRE again.

    Hope this help you out.

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