Statement used at the beginning of a Java class to make code from other Java packages available for use within the class. Note that, unlike the C #include directive, importing Java classes, even with the wildcard indicator "*", does not increase the size of the importing class.
a Java directive to include definitions (and the class binary) from a library. import java.util.*; import com.windofkeltia.locale; information hiding a design principle by which information best hidden, but crucial to an implementation is kept away either to protect it from corruption or to keep consumers of an implementation from relying upon its details. inheritance refers to the fact that a class â€œinheritsâ€ or acquires all the properties including data and methods of its super- or parent class.
A Java keyword used at the beginning of a source file that can specify classes or entire packages to be referred to later without including their package names in the reference.