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Command Prompt Commands
So, in the Java tutorials, the guy so far has used clear, javac, java, and jshell commands. I already have previous Java experience and used Treehouse to hopefully learn some more stuff. When I tried the 'clear' and 'jshell' commands in command prompt, a built in app to run files like Java Files, it gave a warning that said something like "jshell is not recognized as an external or internal command, operable program or batch file." For anybody who used a non-ide and command prompt to run their Java Files, could you please tell me why this error message in occurring. Thank you very much for your help!
Seth Kroger56,392 Points
That message means the program isn't installed on your system. Workspaces will have in installed but jshell isn't part of the standard JDK yet. It's part of the soon to be released Java 9 (comming Sept 2017). You can get a preview build of the Java 9 JDK if you really want to follow along on your own system instead of Workspace: http://jdk.java.net/9/