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Getting al classes inside a package

How can I get all the clasess inside a package (including it subpackages) ?

for example, I have a package with classes A and B and with a subpackage
wichs has class C.

How can I get a list (and a path) of the classes that exists under the
root package ?
Thanks a lot!

Dec 17 '07 #1
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