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using jar file on classpath

Guys

I am trying to compile a simple Java program, but I get the following compilation error. Could someone please advise, what I am missing?

[code]E:jarLearning>javac -classpath E:jarLearningprintHelper.jar myappMyApp.java
myappMyApp.java:7: error: cannot find symbol
Hello h = new Hello();
^
symbol: class Hello
location: class MyApp
myappMyApp.java:7: error: cannot find symbol
Hello h = new Hello();
^
symbol: class Hello
location: class MyApp
myappMyApp.java:10: error: cannot find symbol
Goodbye gb = new Goodbye();
^
symbol: class Goodbye
location: class MyApp
myappMyApp.java:10: error: cannot find symbol
Goodbye gb = new Goodbye();
^
symbol: class Goodbye
location: class MyApp
4 errors[/code]

The printHelper.jar file contains the Hello and Goodbye classes which are public.

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