Separate multiple entries in environment variable with semicolons automatically

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Djaunl

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Hi,

I'm trying to define an environment variable, CLASSPATH, to link to all the .jar files in a certain folder, C:\cp. This folder contains 16 different .jar files. CLASSPATH needs to look like:

file1.jar;file2.jar;etc

Does anyone know a way to separate multiple entries with a semicolon automatically, rather than entering each .jar file? Perhaps using a wildcard (*) of sorts?

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Djaunl

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Sorry to bump this, but I still haven't been able to find an answer. Can anyone give me some advice?
 
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