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    Default Classes like Linux but not Windows 7?

    I'm working my way through the book, "Head First Java," and it's helped me make more progress than those dusty old school books, but whenever I try to create and compile a source file that has classes in it while using Windows 7, the JVM throws a fit. However, when I compile and run the exact same code inside of my Ubuntu box, it runs perfectly well. I can post output from my Windows box tomorrow, but I'd like to know if anyone else has had this issue and if it can be solved. Thanks in advance for any advice!

    Note: Code compiles and runs like a charm on my Windows box, just as long as there aren't any classes. Only procedural programming works within the main class.

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    It's hard to say without the exact problem. If you don't have access to your windows box right now, would you mind summarizing the problem? "it throws a fit" isn't very helpful.

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    Java Code:
    Exception fit = new Exception("Throwing a fit");
    throw fit;

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    as long as there aren't any classes
    That is hard to understand, as ALL java code ends up as classes. Classes are what the JVM reads and executes.

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