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/usr/libexec/java_home -V
# Matching Java Virtual Machines (2):
#    16.0.1, x86_64:     "Java SE 16.0.1"
#    11.0.11.1, x86_64:  "Amazon Corretto 11"
#    	 ^
#        |
#     VERSION
export JAVA_HOME=`/usr/libexec/java_home -v [VERSION]`

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. It’s using the `java_home` command to list all the installed versions of Java.
2. It’s using the `grep` command to filter the output of `java_home` to only show the version of Java that you want to use.
3. It’s using the `cut` command to extract the path to the Java version that you want to use.
4. It’s using the `export` command to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable to the path to the Java version that you want to use.

You can use the above code to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable to the version of Java that you want to use.

## How to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Windows

Here’s how to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Windows:

1. Open the Control Panel.
2. Click on System and Security.
3. Click on System.
4. Click on Advanced system settings.
5. Click on Environment Variables.
6. Click on New.
7. Enter `JAVA_HOME` as the variable name.
8. Enter the path to the Java version that you want to use as the variable value.
9. Click on OK.

## How to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Linux

Here’s how to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Linux:

1. Open the `.bashrc` file in your home directory.
2. Add the following line to the `.bashrc` file:

“`bash
export JAVA_HOME=[PATH_TO_JAVA_VERSION]
“`

3. Save the `.bashrc` file.
4. Run the following command:

“`bash
source ~/.bashrc
“`

## How to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on macOS

Here’s how to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on macOS:

1. Open the `.bash_profile` file in your home directory.
2. Add the following line to the `.bash_profile` file:

“`bash
export JAVA_HOME=[PATH_TO_JAVA_VERSION]
“`

3. Save the `.bash_profile` file.
4. Run the following command:

“`bash
source ~/.bash_profile
“`

## How to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Ubuntu

Here’s how to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on Ubuntu:

1. Open the `/etc/environment` file.
2. Add the following line to the `/etc/environment` file:

“`bash
JAVA_HOME=[PATH_TO_JAVA_VERSION]
“`

3. Save the `/etc/environment` file.
4. Run the following command:

“`bash
source /etc/environment
“`

## How to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on CentOS

Here’s how to set the `JAVA_HOME` environment variable on CentOS:

1. Open the `/etc/profile` file.
2. Add the following line to the `/etc/profile` file:

“`bash
export JAVA_HOME=[PATH_TO_JAVA_VERSION]
“`

3. Save the `/etc/profile` file.
4. Run the following command:

“`bash
source /etc

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