Uh oh...  ERROR "Could not find main class" BmpImageReader.class

Ooopss.. i broke it... was working , but yep.. i broke it
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public class com.sun.imageio.plugins.bmp.BMPImageReader extends javax.imageio.ImageReader implements com.sun.imageio.plugins.bmp.BMPConstants
Long list of constants follow.. blah blah
Long list of methods follow.. blah blahUh I was able to compile, but not everytime I try I get this popped up... I was trying to load a bmp image and it worked.. i tried to load another and now this... now I can't even load the bmp that I had successfully done before.. so I removed the code that tried to load the bmp, but I still get this problem..

Ah what the.. its working again.... odd.. very odd.. I don't know how to delete this thread , but go ahead you all mighty powerful moderators..
Edit: Yeah I had a main function.. maybe I accidentaly deleted or added a bracket or something I don't know.. very strange..
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