Does importing a package imports all its sub packages too ?
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 Q1. Does importing a package imports all its sub packages too ?Core Java2017-01-12 11:02:13

Ans. No, but we can use wild card (*) to do so

For example -

import java.util.*

will import all packages with name starting with java.util

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