Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ClassFormatError: onmyown.Main (unrecognized cla
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Exception in thread "main" java.lang.ClassFormatError: onmyown.Main (unrecognized class file version)
I was looking over the internet for a solution and someone said to change the default version I currently have 1.6 installed but my java --version says I have 1.5 maybe that is the problem can someone tell me how to change that
The differences between jdk5 and jdk6 tend to be minimal even though some frameworks (spring for example) will fail to install with jdk6 installed. I think it far more likely that you are simply facing a programming error. From the looks of it, the compiler can't find the class to load: wrong name, wrong extension, ...?