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    Bumpidy bump :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pte View Post
    Sorry i can't find my javac.exe....I can find the javac folder and inside there there is a few other folders but that just takes me to a java document.... and were am i typing javac-version? Into cmd??

    sorry to sound newbi but im a bit lost; if u can explain it simply i will know how to do it.

    thanks
    There is no javac folder; there's a bin folder as a subdirectory of your JDK folder. If there is no javac.exe file you haven't installed your JDK properly.
    You either type "javac" or "javac -version" (with a space); the "-version" flag forces your javac.exe to print its version. And yes you have to type that in your CMD; where else?

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    In your 'start' menu you can search for "javac.exe"; can you find it?

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    Don't forget that Windows hides extensions by default these days (and for the past, what, fifteen years or so?) It's possible for someone to be looking right at javac.exe and notice that it's an .exe at all.

    @Pte, you still haven't shown us the output of ECHO %PATH% -- may we see that please?

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