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Where do the Java Foundation Classes go? In the jdk1.1.6 directory? bin? Does the autoexec path need to be
changed for the JFC?
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They can go to any directory. I would suggest C:\SWING for example.
If JDK is installed in C:\JAVA, you then have to set this variables:
JAVA_HOME=C:\JAVA
SWING_HOME=C:\SWING
CLASSPATH=.;C:\JAVA\lib\classes.zip;C:\SWING\swing.jar

The first two are needed only if you want to run the examples.
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