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Gautam Bhalla
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Joined: Mar 31, 2013
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Hi guys Please help me to resolve the following confusion,

What exactly is a default packages that are used when we not supply the one................How they are actually perceived by the compiler............Do the really exist or not because javap tool isn't showing anything about their existence?

[Edit: removed the bold -- it was hurting my eyes]
Campbell Ritchie
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Yes of course the unnamed package exists. Packages are converted to directories.
I suggest you start by reading the Java Tutorials.
Gautam Bhalla
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Joined: Mar 31, 2013
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Got it I'l take care in future
Gautam Bhalla
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Gautam Bhalla wrote:Got it I'l take care in future


I have got the answer may be this was a small hole in my understanding of packages.
 
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