ankita modi. wrote:I read that in windows backslash is used to make classpath while in unix forward slash but for my windowxp both are working.
I suspect that it may have to do with the fact that the 'java' command uses Java conventions; and in Java '/' is recognised as a file (or, more correctly, a directory or path) separator in the right context. For example, the java.io.File class accepts '/' as a path separator regardless of what system the program is running on.
My question is: when will Microsoft get around to accepting what pretty much the rest of the computer world already uses?
Answer: probably never; and I'm certainly not going to hold my breath waiting.
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