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Classpath in Win2k

T Rai
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Joined: Apr 16, 2002
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hi folks,
when i typed "classpath" like path, it says "classpath" is not recognized as an internal and external command. i am wondering if anyone could educate me about it. i guess "classpath" is not like "path". how do i make classpath work like "path" i.e reconizable as "path"? how do i set it up from command prompt?
thanks.
Michael Morris
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Joined: Jan 30, 2002
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You have to set the classpath. Take a look at this thread to show how to do that in Windows 2000.


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