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Mubeen Shaik
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Hi All,
I have some classes in this directory C:\Java\Package\Test. I want to import these.
I am working on C:\Java\Project. I am developing the new code in this directory.
I am getting compilation error on import statement. Any help on this ?
Thanks in advance,
Mubeen
 
juliane gross
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Hi Mubeen,
to be able to import your classes you first have to put them into
a package, following some strict
rules.
After that you should build a jar file and include it in your classpath.
(At least this is how I succeded with my package).
After this, your import statement should work from any other
directory.
 
Mubeen Shaik
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Hi All,
I have created the jar file and added that in Classpath. Now i tried compile the program and it is giving me the following error.
"package not found".
I am reading "Thinking in Java" 3rd edition. It is using one class and in that class there is "package" statement.
Any help on this ?.
Thanks in advance,
Mubeen.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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