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    Crikey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlorde View Post
    QTJava.zip is the QuickTime library. I think the QuickTime installer adds it to your system classpath (not sure whether it asks permission). This causes trouble for all kinds of Java installations. You can either delete it, or, if you think you need it, just prepend the current directory (.) to it:

    ".;C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\QTJava.zip"
    Thank you very much:) u were right I have installed the quicktime player which seems to have caused the issue. I appended the path and it works fine now.

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    Default Still however I got the same issue.

    It really looks frustrating.... I try to compile the program
    class A
    {
    int i=10,j=20;
    }
    class B extends A {
    B()
    {}
    int k=30;

    void sum()
    {
    System.out.println("The sum of i, j, k : "+(i+j+k));
    }

    }

    I still get the error "cannot find symbol"
    symbol: class A
    and it is also not able to find variables i and j. However it works fine in an IDE , i don't mind doing programming in ide but i was told not to touch IDE till my basic java programming is completed. What can I do to resolve the issue? The problem only occurs when I try to use the Inheritance feature.... (atleast until now) .

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