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JAVA command shows nothing in a command prompt

My question is very simple but I still cannot find out what’s the problem. When I input java, java -version or javac -version in a command prompt nothing is shown at all: neither an “unknown file” error nor the result. That’s how it looks like: I used standard Java installer, PATH and JAVA_HOME variables were renewed. I’ve set JDKs several

Java SDK 11.0 or above is required when using .NET 6 or higher

I’ve installed .NET 6 (version 6.0.100-rc.1.21458.32) and Visual Studio 2020 Preview (although it might be not a prerequisite). I am trying to debug a hello-world application but I am getting a build error regarding Java. I’ve installed Java 17 setting Path as well as pointing to the Java Development Kit Location in Visual Studio settings (tools->options->Xamarin->Android Settings). Because that didn’t

Eclipse Installation on macOS

I have formatted my Mac due to some storage issues. Before this, I used Eclipse in a proper way. Now i have installed the JDK Then, i have installed Java Until now everything seems to be correct but when I open the Eclipse installer… What can I do to fix this? I need to work with this the soon as

Add the play script to your PATH in Mac

I’m not good with the terminal, so I have no idea what this means…. you should add the framework installation directory to your system PATH. On UNIX systems, this means doing something like: On Windows you’ll need to set it in the global environment variables. This means update the PATH in the environment variables and don’t use a path with