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Hi I have a file called "AddPopUpMenu.java"

when I compile it

I get:
AddPopUpMenu$1.class
AddPopUpMenu$2.class
AddPopUpMenu$3.class
AddPopUpMenu$4.class
AddPopUpMenu.class

why do i get so many classes

is there any way I can only have
one class
AddPopUpMenu.class



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Question by:sanjay_thakur
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They are your (anonymous) inner classes.
There is no way to get just one class wityhout removing your inner classes from your code.

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by:ksivananth
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Hi objects,

 AddPopUpMenu$1.class
this may be the inner class, but AddPopUpMenu$$1.class
 
  what does this mean.
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by:dnoelpp
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Not a clue, why. :-)
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