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How 2 include a package  RSS feed

 
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I need 2 add the org package 2 my java application.where 2 get that package and how 2 add it in the java toolkit
 
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Could you be more specific about the package?

You include packages with the import statement.
 
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Sumu, welcome to the ranch. you should avoid using abbreviations or numbers (like 2 for "to") in your posts. It makes them hard to read. Thanks
 
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What's the name of the classes (including fully qualified package) that you are searching for?
 
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