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|Ans. Java could design it in such a manner but would result in ambiguity if there are multiple files with the same name. The only way to get over it to show the message when you use any such class to provide explicit import with the package prefix. The other problem could be that Java might have to change the early import to Late import and check what's being used to decide what needs to be imported as otherwise you will see errors regarding the ambiguous imports with duplicate file name.|
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