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ive uninstalled it, than reinstalled it, but nothing has changed.
do you mean the jre or jdk ?
i uninstalled jre, i was told it is not used anymore. so i guess im dealing with jrk
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Use an IDE. For example, Eclipse IDE --> http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/
uninstall jdk and jre both completely. then download the latest JDK install it fresh. it will install jre also. then set path and classpath properly...
idk how to set paths
Which OS do you use? I am going to show you how to set them on Windows 7.. Start Menu-> Right click on computer->Properties->Advanced system settings->Advanced->Environmental Variables Then add the JRE's bin directory in the path of the system variables. Double click on path, don't change anything thats already der..Instead add C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_26\bin U must use semicolon before and after the entries..That's it.. Now go to command prompt and type javac..If it still says that the command is not recognizable.....let me knw..