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gf morris
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How would I set an environmental variable called JAVA_HOME to the \pathname of the directory where the Java Development Kit is installed?
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Christophe Verré
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Hi,
This forum is about Certification Results.

You should ask at the "Java(beginner) forum":
http://www.coderanch.com/forums/f-33/java


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Mark Spritzler
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Exactly, I will move this to the Java In General (Beginner) forum.

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Mark Spritzler
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Well, OK, not going to move it. Just close it. It appears that it is now duplicate posted into the correct forum.

When you create the Thread here, you can also delete your own thread. By hitting edit, and clicking the Delete checkbox on that next screen.

Please try not to post duplicate threads. Thanks

Mark
 
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