If I have two jar files ...

Posted on 2006-05-15
Last Modified: 2010-03-31
Hi experts,

   If I am at linux machine:
[meow@cat abstracttypes]$ ls
abstractBase.jar  xbean.jar  myfigures.jar
[meow@cat abstracttypes]$ javac -cp xbean.jar,myfigures.jar

 it seems that I can not use "," or ";" to seperato to jars ... what's the correct command for the above purpose ? thanks.
Question by:meow00
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    use :
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    :) easy

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