Saturday, August 4, 2012
#include directive makes the compiler go to the C/C++ standard library and copy the code from the header files into the program. As a result, the program size increases, thus wasting memory and processor’s time.
import statement makes the JVM go to the Java standard library, execute the code there , and substitute the result into the program. Here, no code is copied and hence no waste of memory or processor’s time.hence import is an efficient mechanism than #include.

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