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Hi every One ,

i have 3 java classes for example COne, CTwo,CThree . COne depends on CTWo, Ctwo depends On CThree , So to compile COne i must first compile CTWo, and CThree, if i issue javac -d . *.java , it is working fine my question how java compiler recognizes the order of the java files to compile to produce class files

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Raj
 
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They are compiled at the same time.
 
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