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loading the inner classes using the custom class loaders

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i am trying to write my own loader for the classes i am using, i have a class with inner classes,

how to load the inner classes and return the reference of the outer class?



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inner classes are NORMAL java .class files. all you have to do is download byte[] given a file name.
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This is a duplicate of this question:  qid=20277277  I commented there stating it was a duplicate question and that experts are participating in both of them.
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thanks :)
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