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Default packages in java

Shaan patil
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Joined: Dec 22, 2007
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HI Ranchites,

I want to know what are the default packages which do not need class path setting in java (Ofcourse other than java.lang , java.Math , java.Strings package?


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Joanne Neal
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Classes in the standard API don't need to be included in the classpath. java.lang classes are the only ones that don't need an import statement


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