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Re: NoClassDefFound error

putting . in classpath solves the problem , but why do we need the
current directory in classpath ? it should first look in the current
directory only , is n't it ?

tgravik@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> You probably donot have "." the current directory in ur classpath.  Correct
> the same and try running "java" on the class file

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