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I am studying for SCJP. I got a study pack. In there they say that there are three top level elements, which are namely Package decleration, importing classes and class definition. They further say that all these 3 is not needed but if they are there they should be in the above metioned order. The question I am having is, what do they mean by class definition, if it is just 'class AnyName', how it is possible not to have this in a java program. Please do advice me on this. Thank you very much....
SCJP 1.4, SCMAD 1.0<br />SCWCD, SCBCD (in progress)
Well, I guess the the class declaration isn't syntactically enforced (though I am not sure about it). A java file without it would be rather useless, though...
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Thanks for the answer. But I got the answer, what there are meaning here is about the interfaces etc which doesn't have a class decleration.