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hi, good day, why we need classloader ? when we need it and how to use it properly ? thank you
 
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Uhm... to load classes?
 
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How Classes are Found
 
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You can write a custom class loader to use a custom classpath or to reload a class without stopping and restarting your program. Otherwise you can mostly ignore ClassLoader.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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