Continuing a class in another .Java file
After trying to find a solution for this problem online, I found that I couldn't quite phrase my problem just right to retrieve an answer from a search engine. So I thought perhaps asking a hooman would be better.
I have a fairly simple problem. I have a class; class A, which contains all the useful methods and variables for my application. I want to write a series of classes that has direct access to these methods and variables. I solved this by using nested classes.
Now, because of the massive volume of nested classes, I am looking for a way to separate this class into different .java files. As of yet, there is no practical reason for needing to do this; I want to separate the code into other files for no other reason than neatness. It doesn't matter if this implemented at the compile level or at run time, just as long as I can break up my code into convenient .java files.
Thanks in advanced, DJ.