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Answer / mohit
There are two important environment variables for execution of any command:
1. PATH: this thould have list of all the paths where your executable files are present and you wish to execute them directly (w/o giving complete path).
2. CLASSPATH: this should have list of all the paths where the dependent classes, etc are present which can be used by your executable file.
Hence by defining CLASSPATH you let your executabe file to find its dependencies in paths mentioned in CLASSPATH.
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Answer / aravind
When you want to compile a Any java program
Java Compiler (JVM) looks for the class path, when it
identifies the class path JVM invokes java API's, related
classes and other library files required to compile java
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