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How to set up package, Please Help

 
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Hi, I am new Java. The following is my program :

package ourpackage

public class OurClass{
public static void main(String [] args){
System.out.println("Hello World");
}
}

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Hoe do I set up the package ourpackage in my Win XP so that I can compile and run the program. After compiling the above, should the OurClass.class file go into the package ourpackage ?
 
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One simple way:

Create a directory called "ourpackage" under your project directory and put OurClass.java in it.
 
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Try this...



A package (directory) named pack will be created and test.class is copied into it. You can then invoke the class by typing "java pack.test". Compile it using "javac -d . test.java" The -d . option tells the compiler to put the class file in the current directory within the package named "pack"
 
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