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  1. #1
    Huiyuanm Guest

    import


    I'm using NT now,and want to import some external file to my program.
    But whenever I tried 'import',it only works with 'java.awt.*','java.util.*',and
    something like that,while couldn't find some other java file I put by myself.I
    tried to compiled some files which worked well before,now they failed!
    Is it all right for me do like this:
    \myprogram.java (import Io.pack.Io)
    \Iopack(a directory)

    Why?




    Thanks a lot!

  2. #2
    Tom Duffy Guest

    Re: import


    Hello Huiyuanm:

    Any file that you import must be referenced in your classpath environment
    variable. Have you modified your classpath to point to your new files?

    Tom

    "Huiyuanm" <mahuiyuan@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >I'm using NT now,and want to import some external file to my program.
    >But whenever I tried 'import',it only works with 'java.awt.*','java.util.*',and
    >something like that,while couldn't find some other java file I put by myself.I
    >tried to compiled some files which worked well before,now they failed!
    >Is it all right for me do like this:
    >\myprogram.java (import Io.pack.Io)
    >\Iopack(a directory)
    >
    >Why?
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >Thanks a lot!



  3. #3
    Vikram Rajan Guest

    Re: import


    What you need to do is include the current path in the CLASSPATH environment
    variable. The current path is denoted by ".", so all you have to do is append
    "." to the CLASSPATH variable.


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