Running Java 1.6

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Java 1.6
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How run java 1.6?

it is possible without given any path in command prompt when my java file stored any folder but only one drive, this drives also give to in command prompt can we execute a that java  file?



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hi varsha
up-to my knowledge it is possible to run a java prog only when it is in the bin.

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  • Varsha5009
    Dear Mr. Rajeshu, Thanks 4 ur coorporation, It is possible when i was asking u my questions, But I forgot that settings. U told me in bin folder we can execute a java progs. Thats a very difficult & much time is taken. when, i know that executing path then i'll tell u. Ok thanks
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  • carlosdl
    The question is not clear. I'm not sure to understand this: "my java file stored any folder but only one drive" and this: "this drives also give to in command prompt" You might want to provide an example of what you are trying to do, or get some help rewording the question. If you are asking if you can execute the "java.exe" application from any place, to run a java program, then, as with any other application, you can if the path to it (in this case your javabin directory) is in your PATH environment variable.
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