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class name in choices.txt

 
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Hi all,

I am sorry for my absurd question But I am a perfectionist and this is my problem
When you mention a class in your choices.txt documentation, do you use only class name or the class name with the package name? Could you give me an advice how to make this document as an assessor-friendly one?

For example:
Bla-bla bla MyClasss is bla-bla�

Or
Bla-bla bla suncertify.mypackage.MyClasss is bla-bla�

Thanks for your comments!
 
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I have used class name without package information, since only a limited number of classes are mentioned in my choices.txt e.g. Data class, and I have only one Data class in my project.

I guess you can do either way unless you have two classes with the same name in different packages.
 
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