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    hello!
    i'm new to oop and java.
    i work on a simulation project in java (using eclipse). model is complex and i have too many classes. is it normal or am i missing something about oop? how can i organize my classes in eclipse so they don't clutter in explorer? what is package?
    thanks.

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    Lesson: Packages (The Java™ Tutorials > Learning the Java Language)
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    In eclipse: Right click on your project (or select your project) : (File) New -> Package

    Or CTRL+N --> Java/Package ;)

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    thank you for the lesson.
    solved.

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