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  1. #1
    Signor Guest

    Accesing User defined Package


    I did create ABC dir which is my package,ABC. All the class which suppose
    to be in ABC package are compiled in ABC directary.

    when I use import ABC.*
    some how it won't recoganize ABC package.

    do I have to set path or something when I install jdk1.2 for this kind of
    user defined package to access or what?
    can you guys help me on this please?

  2. #2
    Paul Balmforth Guest

    Re: Accesing User defined Package



    Make sure that when you compile, you are
    positioned at the package base path.

    Eg.

    contents of \
    ===
    Dir ABC
    ABC1.java
    ABC2.java
    ABC3.java

    Dir App
    Application.java
    ===

    The java file Application should have the
    import statement :

    import ABC.*;

    current directory is \

    javac App\Application.java



  3. #3
    signor Guest

    Re: Accesing User defined Package



    I did the same like Paul wrote but still couldn't recognized ABC package!
    in my application when I did

    javac App\Application.java

    import ABC.*;
    line in my application file got error!


    do I have to set Classpath or anything in JDK1.2 for user defined package
    to access!

    Thank you!
    --------------------------------------


    "Paul Balmforth" <pab_online@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >Make sure that when you compile, you are
    >positioned at the package base path.
    >
    >Eg.
    >
    >contents of \
    >===
    >Dir ABC
    > ABC1.java
    > ABC2.java
    > ABC3.java
    >
    >Dir App
    > Application.java
    >===
    >
    >The java file Application should have the
    >import statement :
    >
    >import ABC.*;
    >
    >current directory is \
    >
    >javac App\Application.java
    >
    >



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