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Thread: importing packages..

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    Default importing packages..

    i've been using a full blown IDE ever since i started programming in java...
    i learned how to make predefined classes, and how to use it from out side its package...


    somethinglike this.
     
    import myPackage.MyClass;
     
    public class ClassInOtherPackage {
     
        public static void main (String[] args) {
     
                  MyClass myObj = new MyClass();
        }
    }


    now my question is.... how can i make this , package importing ,, when im using an ordinary IDE,
    specially when im in shcool,.. coz were only using DOS, old versions of Bluej and JC,,


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    Default Re: importing packages..

    You mean the IDE wont generate the import line for you?

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    Default Re: importing packages..

    yup,, coz i dont know where should i save the java file(the class) into a folder that will be the package that i will
    call if im not using any full blown IDEs


    is that a "batch file" im referring to?
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    Default Re: importing packages..

    Well you should have a src folder of some sort I guess and in that you want to have your packages in a folder structure.

    src/myPackage

    and in that myPackage folder you want to have MyClass.java

    Simples

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    Default Re: importing packages..

    ahh... im gonna try to manualy arrange it that way .... tnx for that sir!

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