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Java Classes Hierarchy Diagram

Wendy Lum
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Joined: Oct 13, 2005
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Hi,
Anyone knows where to get a class hierarchy diagram of all java classes? I want to print one out and check their relationship easily. Thank you in advance!


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Paul Clapham
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From my brief search it looks like these people:

http://www.falkhausen.de/en/diagram/diagram.html

have done a pretty good job. But it's not "a" class hierarchy diagram, it's 233 class hierarchy diagrams. And it's only Java 1.4, so it doesn't include any of the new Java 5 classes.
Barry Gaunt
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Hi Wendy, this forum is specific to the SCJD certification. Moving to Java In General (Intermediate)...


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Barry Gaunt
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At one time Sun, and some Java magazines published posters showing the Java SDK classes. Problem was they are were very large and the print was very small. Perhaps they are still available.
Jim Yingst
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mark sprit
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Paul Clapham wrote:From my brief search it looks like these people:

http://www.falkhausen.de/en/diagram/diagram.html

have done a pretty good job. But it's not "a" class hierarchy diagram, it's 233 class hierarchy diagrams. And it's only Java 1.4, so it doesn't include any of the new Java 5 classes.


Thank you very much Mr. Paul This seems very helpful for me as a java beginner.
 
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