pequenita wrote:No, you didn't, because if you had it'd be working by now. You're doing something wrong.
I really need someone to seriously help me with this issue. I have tried every single advice on Java's site, also google on javac. exe. I have set the path in different advised ways nothing works. I reinstalled the software several times too. I did a search Java seems to be correctly installed in my PC.
Control Panel -environmental variables, edit, then addedTo which environment variable? PATH? Is that where you see javac.exe?
also tried:Which one did you install Java to? Both can't be right. Why are you fumbling like this? Surely you know the directory where you installed Java.
nothing work.You've done everything wrong so far.
I created a Java directory in F:\ jdk is thereRight, because that's not where javac.exe is.
but the no bin ..
bin appears to be at ProgramFiles\Java and the rest is there I can see even javac there so why it doesn't work?It's "Program Files" with a space, not "ProgramFiles".
pequenita wrote:Whose "polite" response are you talking about? I assume that since you put it in quotations you are implying that it was quite rude. However, of the two replies, I didn't see a single rude response.
Well pardon my jumble 'opinion' I do know something is wrong.. the problem is that I don't know what Is WRONG... I only looking for a solution... and so far I don't have it yet. However, I do appreciate your :"polite' response.
pequenita wrote:No problem at all, I was the one that misunderstood. :-)
I didn't imply that it was rude response at all... I only accentuated that it was a polite response and so far it has been the only human been that have tried to give me a detailed answer.
Sorry if I give you a wrong impression.
pequenita wrote:No, I am not wrong.
I think you are wrong.
check this out:
JDK 6 Update 2
The Java SE Development Kit (JDK) includes the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) and command-line development tools that are useful for developing applets and applications.
WEll.. then I am confused... that was the site I used to download the software
now that you mentioned.. I can see the bin folder but not javac...
I know it sounds silly but could you tell me where to find the correct version or else that I need? I thought I had finally done something right as can see the files in the correct dir. now.