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Sunil Chandurkar
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Joined: Jan 09, 2008
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I have two folders with classes under the C:\Java folder.
C:\Java\Fava\Hi.java and C:\Java\Mava\Tester.java.
Tester.java has the statement
import package Fava.*;

When i try to javac Mava\Tester.java i get an error saying
<identifier expected>
import ^ package Fava.*;

How should I change the classpath under system variables to solve this problem?

Please Advise.
Joanne Neal
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Remove the word 'package'. It's not needed


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Freddy Wong
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Your code has a syntax error, that's why you got the compilation error. It should be

Since you need to import the class from Fava package, you need to specify the classpath, e.g.


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Freddy Wong
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Your code has a syntax error, that's why you got the compilation error. It should be

Since you need to import the class from Fava package, you need to specify the classpath, e.g.
 
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