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Hi,

  I am using jpad to work on java under window95.  I dont know where to specify the classpath directory can anyone please help me out in this regard.

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Seena
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The classpath directory should be:

1. your working directory, where the class files are compiled to
2. the "." directory, to which the current directory is scanned.
3. The directory where the classes.zip is stored.

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by:donegal
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Under select jdk directory from the
jdk drop down menu you should
be able to point to the directory containing the
jdk. You dont have to specify any more than that
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