I could not understand why E and H are the correct alternatives, if someone can give me a strength in that part of the classpath would be grateful, is the subject which will enable me to be ready for scjp Sorry bad grammar because I'm from Brazil
would look for the jars directory under the root folder.
You need to get ride of the forward slash before jar to get this command line to work.
It helps to understand the classpath if you remember that for the .class files it is enough to give the path to the directory that contains the directory with the same name as the first part of the package declaration.
To use a JAR file you have to give it the name of the file. Giving it the name of the directory containing the JAR file will not work.