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  1. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    I'm calling it because I need to print some values.
  2. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    I'm not ignoring anything. Here and I'll try again! Why would you need it in this fashion to begin with?

    Sorry. Here you go.

    content of a.java:



    package test;
    import test1.*;
  3. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    Sorry. Here you go.

    content of a.java:

    package test;
    import test1.*;
    public class ATEST {
    public static void main (String[] args) {
    BTEST.call();
    }
  4. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    content of a.java:

    package test;
    import test1.*;
    public class ATEST {
    public static void main (String[] args) {
    BTEST.call();
    }
    }
  5. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    content of a.java:

    package test;
    import test1.*;
    public class ATEST {
    public static void main (String[] args) {
    BTEST.call();
    }
    }
  6. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    no. everything I try is not working.

    --- Update ---

    I'm a newbiw. I'm self teaching this language.

    --- Update ---

    if I make it public, I get non-static method call() cannot be referenced...
  7. Re: call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    how would i do this? Please help
  8. call() is not public in BTEST, cannot be accessed by outside package

    Hello All,
    I have an issue. I created 2 java programs, a.java and b.java

    content of a.java:

    package test;
    import test1.*;
    publuc class ATEST {
    public static void main (String[] args) {
    ...
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