Why do you only compile the Test file?
Yes, I'm a newbie. But all texts seem to assume everyone understands only to compile and run the "Test.java" file and not to compile or run the other non-test files.
Sure, you only run the Test file because that's the main one... but I was under the impression that when you use the javac command, the compiler turns the java code into machine code.
Then... how can the machine use and read the other files if those were not compiled, a.k.a. javac-ed, a.k.a. not turned into machine code?
This has been bothering me for a while.