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putti don

Joined: Jul 28, 2005
Posts: 20
I have created a package by name P1 with two files in the package with a single class in each file. One of the class is a public class(say A). I want to inherit this class A into another class B, which is in the other file of the same package.But when i try to compile "" i am getting error like cannot resolve symbol A.

Is it not possible to inherit a class of one file into another class of another file with both files being in the same package?

Arulkumar Gopalan
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Joined: Oct 13, 2003
Posts: 104
It is very much possible to inherit a public class from any package.

Here is your case:

You must compile with -d option.
LocationOfYourJavaFiles$javac -d . *
This would create appropriate directory and put the class files there.

Anbudan & Mahalo,<br />Arul<br /> <br />-Not a sun certified Java professional :-)
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