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Could you please tell what is the error?




output:


E:\JAVA_PROGRAMS\Files>javac B.java
B.java:11: error: cannot access File
File src = new File("E:/v.jpeg");
^
bad source file: .\File.java
file does not contain class File
Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the sou
rcepath.
1 error

E:\JAVA_PROGRAMS\Files>





 
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The Java source file name needs to be the same as the class name ie it should be called Demo.java
 
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Tony Docherty wrote:The Java source file name needs to be the same as the class name ie it should be called Demo.java


That's only true for public classes. It's not the problem here, although it is good practice to have classes in files with the same name.

@veena - have you got a file called File.java in the same directory as the B.java file ? If so, either delete it if you don't need it or rename it to have the same name as the class it contains.

 
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Joanne Neal wrote:have you got a file called File.java in the same directory as the B.java file ?


Yes Joanne you are correct, I missed that reference to File. I guess I didn't read the full error message properly, thanks for correcting my reply.
 
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Thanks to both for the reply.

Yes, the directory consist of File.java, have removed it, now its working fine.

Thanks once again.
 
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