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Kowshik Nandagudi
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where can i find all the class files of in built java Classes in jdk? i.e String Class, StringBuffer Class etc...
 
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They're in the rt.jar in your jre.
 
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Kowshik Nandagudi wrote:where can i find all the class files of in built java Classes in jdk? i.e String Class, StringBuffer Class etc...


Why would you want to?
And do you mean- .class files? They would be in the lib directory in the form of jars. If you wanted the Source- they would be in the src.zip file in the JDK installation directory.

 
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Kowshik Nandagudi wrote:where can i find all the class files of in built java Classes in jdk? i.e String Class, StringBuffer Class etc...

if you install your java in c drive then you can find it as.>C:/ProgramFiles/Java/docs/api/allclasses-frame.html
 
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Really? I've installed many JDKs in my lifetime, but I don't remember the docs ever being part of the installation. You can download it from Oracle's Java site though, then unzip it to any folder you want.
 
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