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compileing with .jar file

 
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Does anyone explain to me how to compile or whether it is possible instead of import com.vertex....etc;

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You'll always need the "import" whether you use JAR files or not.
 
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thanks, do i need to extract .jar for compiling the source if .jar contains a classes.

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No, just inlude the JAR in your classpath.
For example javac -cp c:/myjars/bob.jar;. Hello.java
 
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thanks,

I tried to compile a source on dos prompt with your command like javac -cp.... -CP option is not valid for compiler.

anotherone,
e.g,
a test.java source is in c:\APP\PGM\
and
import B.UTIL.Iaddress;
import B.UTIL.Ilookup;
....

jar is in c:\lib\utility.jar what contains for Iaddress and Ilookup etc..

In this case, where I need to compile and how , what I have to do for compile.

Please let me know if it's not good exampe for your answer.

Regards,
 
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use -cp for java command is fine
However, you must spell it out -classpath for javac command

Who knows why? But we have to follow it.

here is the official help from the commands
 
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thanks, -cp =-classpath
 
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hi,
How do I define multiple .jar for compile?

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semicolon ; separated path for Windows
Use colon : for unix
 
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Pau, sorry for the wrong compiler argument.
 
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