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1. ClassNotFoundException Sandwich.Java... where is it?    stackoverflow.com

Ok so I have a file called 'Sandwich.java' at the root folder and a file called 'SandwichType.java' inside of a folder at [root]/MyFrstPkg. For whatever reason it won't compile claiming that ...

2. Where To Package Enums    coderanch.com

I put them in the same package as my model classes as well. It seems to me to be the most logical place, because the model classes are where the enums are used, and the set of constants in an enum is information about the data model - so it belongs in the model package. Sometimes I have an enum as ...

3. Using enums inside packages.    coderanch.com

Hi, I've the following directory structure EnumTest | -- Test.java -- MyEnum.java Test.java contains :- package EnumTest; public class Test{ MyEnum e; } MyEnum.java contains package EnumTest; public enum MyEnum {FIRST,SECOND} When I try to compile Test.java, it can't find symbol MyEnum. However if I remove package statement from both source files this code works. How can I compile the code ...

4. enum is which package?    forums.oracle.com

5. Using enums inside package.    forums.oracle.com

Test.java contains :- package EnumTest; public class Test{ MyEnum e; } MyEnum.java contains package EnumTest; public enum MyEnum {FIRST,SECOND} When I try to compile Test.java, it can't find symbol MyEnum. However if I remove package statement from both source files this code works. How can I compile the code with package statment ?

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