Kotlin Imports

title: Imports


Kotlin allows you to import other packages, classes, & objects, to use in other files. You can also use it to import top-level function & properties, as well as enums.


import foo.Bar

This allows you to reference Bar in your file directly, rather than having to use the fully-qualified name (ie. foo.Bar).

If you needed access to all content in foo, you could instead use

import foo.*

You can also utilize as to resolve naming conflicts of imports. This only renames the local usage of the import.

import foo.Bar import baz.Bar as bBar

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