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Maximilian Helgesen
Maximilian Helgesen
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-bash: j: command not found?

My Java program seems to run fine, but at the end, it displays this message:

-bash: j: command not found

What should I look for in my code to correct this?

1 Answer

check if miss a letter cause java compiler is very sensitive!