Hello, a little q for u guys
first off hello everyone .I'm new here and semi new to java though not to other languages.
my problem is so, i created an applet using JCreator and it worked just fine, the problem is when i tested the applet on a different computer which does not have JCreator installed on it.
I get the follwoing error: could not find class x (x for example )
I used to use the eclipse editor and never had that problem before.
Can anyone help ???
Are you sure, in the other computer, that you have the right Java Runtime Environment version?
I feel that this is the regular problem that occur when we work on the basic programming with Java . This might be related to the classpath settings of the JDK. Please make sure that everything is set correctly and then try it again.
how do I set the classpath ?
Take a look at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/...ngclasses.html
% setenv CLASSPATH classpath1:classpath2...
C:> set CLASSPATH=classpath1;classpath2...
But, I like to use the -classpath option when I run a java class.
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