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Creating a JAR File

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The basic format of the command for creating a JAR file is:
jar cf jar-file input-file(s)

I ran cmd
ran exactly as above but replaced with my file

jar cf quiz simplequiz.java

but receive an error 'jar' is not recognise.
do I have to run this command in the java installation folder? if so which one because there are so many
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You need to add %JAVA_HOME%\bin to your path
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