Internal JDK Java classes

These are proprietary Java classes. Generally you should avoid them because they are subject to change in a undocumented or unsupported way and they are bound to a specific JRE/JDK (in this case Open JDK), thus limiting portability of your programs. FAQ from Oracle. For some edge cases they can be convenient, though.

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