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Javac finding my source code

 
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Thanks everyone I did it and am very greatful to you all.
 
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thanks everyone i did it and am very greatful to you all.Thanks
 
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I told you ages ago you might have a .txt extension added. That is NotePad confusing you.
 
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…and “You're welcome”
 
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You should not be writing your program under Program Files, instead you should be somewhere in My Documents.

Your problem really doesn't have anything to do with Java, you need to get a basic understanding of using the command line, and the Windows filesystem.

 
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I have got it working so thanks to all of you, I have learnt a lot from this anyway cheers for your patience
 
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