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How to import a package

There are two ways so that you can use the public classes stored in package.

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How to import a package

     

There are two ways so that you can use the public classes stored in package.
  • Declaring the fully-qualified class name. For example,
mypackage.HelloWorld helloworld = new mypackage.HelloWorld();
  • Using an "import" keyword: For example,
       import world.*;    // we can call any public classes inside the mypackage package 

Lets see an example importing the created package into the another program file.

 

package importpackage;

public class HelloWorld {
  public void show(){
  System.out.println("This is the function of the class HelloWorld!!");
  }
}

In this program the package "importpackage" is created under the "c:\nisha" directory that will be imported into another program file to call the function of the class "HelloWorld".
Now make a program file named "CallPackage" under the "c:\nisha" directory  importing the package "importpackage".

 

import importpackage.*;

class CallPackage{
  public static void main(String[] args){
  HelloWorld h2=new HelloWorld();
  h2.show();
  }
}

Out of the program:

C:\nisha\importpackage>javac *.java

C:\nisha\importpackage>cd..

C:\nisha>javac CallPackage.java

C:\nisha>java CallPackage
This is the function of the class HelloWorld!!

Make sure to the directory structure for this program shown as:

 

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Comments:2
gautam muni singh
July 5, 2011
why error show??

package Mypack; class Simple{ public void msg1(){System.out.println("gauti");} } package Yourpack; import Mypack.*; class P1{ public static void main(String args[]){ Simple a=new Simple(); a.msg1(); } }
chinmay
October 28, 2012
replay

sorry!!!but this is not working.....

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