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Emery Alan
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Hello. My name is Emery, and I have a small problem. I can't include any custom classes. I have tried everything I can think of, even copying the *.class, *.java (with and without extentions) to various folders on my hard drive. I have tried "include circle;" and "include circle.*;" and "include circle.class;" and "include circle.java;", and nothing seems to work.
OK, I have jdk 1.4, and I have jGrasp compiler installed. However, I use the command prompt to compile. To do this I had to add a path to my autoexec.bat file. I have also tried adding the directory I save my .class files to, but this does not help.
So can anyone help me? Is there a folder I need to put my files into? Should I change the extention of the file? Is it the compiled file or the source file? This is driving me nuts!!
Thanks!
- Emery
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jason adam
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Moving to the Beginners forum.
 
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