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Getting output of other class.

 
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I was trying this...
In a common package (in eclipse) i placed two files as follows:-

1) p1.java

public class p1 {
public static void main(String[] args)
{
System.out.println("Hello!");
p2 p = new p2();
p.disp();
}
}
class p2
{
void disp()
{
System.out.println("From class p2");
}
}

2) p2.java

class p3
{
// strange!! execute this file we will get output of p1.java
}
class p4
{

}



if we will execute p2.java it shows output of p1.java
please explain.
 
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you might be using this command for execution-
java p2
 
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if you can please provide complete code with command line options
 
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