javac on the Windows command line--whitespace in path name?
I'm trying to compile the following using the javac command in a Windows command terminal:
The -d option is supposed to specify a path for placing the compiled "blah.class" file as described here. Unfortunately my path is "C:\Program Files\...." which has whitespace between "Program" and "Files."
javac -d C:\Program Files\.........blahblah blah.java
When I run the command above, I get the following error:
I'm unsure of how to represent that space in the path name (I'm looking for a better solution than just renaming the folder "Program Files" to "ProgramFiles").
javac: invalid flag: Files\.......blahlbah
Usage: javac <options> <source files>
use -help for a list of possible options
Anyone have any ideas?