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Tip of the Day
Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Mar 15, 2006

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Avoid Conflict when Using Dates

Suppose you have imported both java.util and java.sql packages into your program and you wish to use a Date class.

This would create a conflict because both the packages have a Date class. To overcome this, give a fully qualified name when using the Date class.

For example:


java.util.Date d= new java.util.Date();
Mamta Murthy
 
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