I know in java.lang (Base)package we have Class System & its object out. println() is the method. So we can write java.lang.System.out.println("something"); or System.out.println("something");
But i want to create java.xxx.Printer.out.write("Something");
means i should create package which include Class Printer which is similer to Class System & its object out. write should be method.
for prearing this i am reading java doc 6.0 base class java.lang & related doc. & reading System.java in NetBeans5.5.1. So any body just give me clue/hint.
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Printer, starting with a capital letter, is most likely a class name. So when you reference its field out, out must be a public static field. And the field out refers to some object that has a write(String) method.
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I try this for string output in my program using Printer.out.write instead of System.out.println.
Now i will try for as in java program we import java.lang.*(i know its automatically imported) same way i want to import package so without writing this code again & again, i can directly use Printer.out.write. means if anybody want to see my java file he/she cannot find System.out.println statement.