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TreeSet trList = new TreeSet();
for(int i=0;i<ff.length;i++)
         {
Class cc=Class.forName(className);
Field[] ff=cc.getDeclaredFields();
Class type =ff[i].getType();


                    if(type.isPrimitive()==false)
                    {
                    String fqName = type.toString();
                    int x=fqName.length();
                    String cName = fqName.substring(fqName.lastIndexOf(".")+1,x);
                    System.out.println("class name="+cName);
                                                  trList.add(cName);
                    String packageName = fqName.substring(0, fqName.lastIndexOf("."));
              System.out.println("packagename="+packageName);
                           }
 }

Can we store packageName in a package TreeSet?
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Question by:sraveend
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by:CEHJ
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sraveend, you've already been asking about this sort of thing. What do you mean by this? What's wrong with

trList.add(packageName);

?
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try this:


TreeSet trList = new TreeSet();
TreeSet packages = new TreeSet();
for(int i=0;i<ff.length;i++)
         {
Class cc=Class.forName(className);
Field[] ff=cc.getDeclaredFields();
Class type =ff[i].getType();


                 if(type.isPrimitive()==false)
                 {
                 String fqName = type.toString();
                 int x=fqName.length();
                 String cName = fqName.substring(fqName.lastIndexOf(".")+1,x);
                 System.out.println("class name="+cName);
                                                  trList.add(cName);
                 String packageName = fqName.substring(0, fqName.lastIndexOf("."));
              System.out.println("packagename="+packageName);
                 packages.add(packageName);
                       }
 }
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by:sraveend
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Sorry there was a small misunderstanding......
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8-)
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