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Hi

I want to access a list from another class so as to update it in a periodic time interval. The new class where I want to access this list is also in the same package. How can I do that ?

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The same way you would access it anywhere else. But if the List is a private member of another class, and it doesn’t have public getList() or addToList(...) methods, etc., then maybe you ought not to try.
 
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Moved from Swing / AWT / SWT / JFace
 
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Hi ,

But I have declared them as public but I still seem to be able to access them .
 
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