I have a simple program.

class Test3
   public static void main(String [] arg)

When I run the program, I get the error:
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassFoundError: Test3.

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java -classpath %classpath%;. Test3

(assuming Windows)
>>class Test3

should be

public class Test3


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mncbcAuthor Commented:
Thanks! I never had to add these commands before - is there something wrong with my XP environment?
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You can try the second answer alone first
mncbcAuthor Commented:
No problem
hi where to try this 1 solution in the cpmmand prompt or in the program itself.In my program class is public class as stated in solution 2 but then also same error is
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