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Java decompiling with Mocha

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I recently downloaded Mocha to try and use it on one of my own class files (to see what all the hype is about) and am having some bizarre command prompt errors. The Mocha docs specify that you need not unzip the contents of maocha-b1.zip to use the program. All you need to do is put a copy of the class file (to decompile) inside the same directory as the zip, and run mocha from the command line. Doing a little research I found the "best" way to run mocha is to navigate to the zip directory in Command Prompt and enter the following command: java -classpath %CLASSPATH% mocha.Decompiler -v myClass.class Where "myClass.class" is the class file to decompile. I entered everything as you see above. I am getting "class definition not found" errors, and don't understand.... could the mocha docs be wrong?

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