John Bussert wrote:
>I know I have done this before, but ... How do I find out what my class path
>is in a DOS Box?  I know how to set it, but want to verify it (because of
>the length problem).  Also, is the mazimum length of the path 256?
--------

John, the command

ECHO %CLASSPATH%

will display the current classpath on the screen.  I don't know of a particular
limitation on the length of the classpath, although I try to keep it reasonably
short.  The classpath variable looks to me to be one of those areas where things
can get messy; like library lists on the AS/400, too much of a good thing can be
a real pain to decipher.

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Joe "Zappie" Pluta
www.zappie.net/java
"Where the AS/400 speaks Java with an RPG accent."
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