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Using Someone Else's Class(es)
Joined: Mar 02, 2005
Jul 11, 2005 17:42:00
If someone provides me a .class how can I use it together with my other class(es) to run it?
What do I need to know about this other .class so I can use it?
How do I use it if this .class has public methods (don't care about the implementation, just wants to use it).
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Jul 11, 2005 18:36:00
The person who gave you the .class file typically tells you the name of the class and the public methods in it. This could be in the form of JavaDoc or even a list.
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Joined: Apr 22, 2005
Jul 12, 2005 08:56:00
you can also just look at the code and figure it out yourself. but mainly all you do is import it into the other code that you want to use it in.
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