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Doubt On Java Compiler

 
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Hi All,

I have a small doubt. I have a java file named "HELLO.java". I am able to compile it as "javac hello.java".Though java is case sensitive i am able to get the class file.But i am not to run it as "java hello" and i have execute the class file as "java HELLO".
How is this possible???
Thanx in advance.
Regards,
Reddy.



 
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Because the javac command uses your OS to find the file to compile. Your OS may or may not be case sensitive. However, the java (interpreter) command uses the JVM to find the class that has been loaded into it, and the JVM is always case sensitive.

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