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Posted 28 Nov 2015
QuoteOpen a command prompt & type echo %PATH%. Take note of where javac is, update your system path.
Hmmm, i didn't find it.. =_="
Open a command prompt window, change to the JDK's bin folder and enter the command: dir *exe
copy the contents of the window and paste it here.
Here's what I get:
QuoteC:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_60\bin>dir *.exe
Volume in drive C has no label.
Volume Serial Number is 94A6-33DC
Directory of C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_60\bin
09/18/2015 07:58 PM 15,936 javac.exe
These are conflicting statements. What is the output of echo %PATH%? I am willing to bet it doesn't contain " C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.8.0_60\bin". If it is in fact missing, follow this tutorial.
Posted 28 Nov 2015Truthfully, our cats (3 bengals & an orange tabby) don't bother those wires. For the favorites & as an alternative, we use bitter spray. They seem to prefer the electrical chords. You should see what they did to the 360
Posted 28 Nov 2015Run your cords through PVC, or wire tubing. Not sure what the tube is called, but we ran electrical line under our bathroom sink with it. It's flat on one half, with adhesive, & a slit to run the wire into it.
Posted 28 Nov 2015Open a command prompt & type echo %PATH%. Take note of where javac is, update your system path.
I have no idea how the JDK could have been installed without a javac.exe file in the bin folder.
My only idea to fix it would be to re-install the JDK.
Is it possible that the OP installed Java, & not an SDK with the compiler?
well, i went to the environment variables and created a new variable called Path, then i put the peth of the JDK bin in Path's value.
isn't that correct ?
Please note that your existing shell will not import the new settings. After changing the system path via the GUI interface you would need to close any existing cmd prompt Windows & open a new one.
Posted 28 Nov 2015This isn't a Java problem, it is in your system/shell path setup. Moving to Computer Support -> Operating Systems -> Windows
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