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Hi there,
I have a question.
In a servlet if we want to call a jar file we should import it.
Eg. import test.*;

if we want to use a class in that jar file, the way we call it is :

Try try = new Try();

and calling method in that class:

try.callSentence();

What if we want to initialize it. How to do this?Is the below code right?

Try try = new Try(1,2);
 
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Try try = new Try(1,2);



It would be correct if the Try class defines a constructor with 2 int (or..) parameters. Are you facing any problems?
 
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