does the following code function as expected?

 "Aryeh M. Friedman" <>
Mon, 29 Oct 2007 09:12:49 -0000
Assuming standard Java naming conventions does the following code (in
the general case) do the following:

1. List all imported packages and/or explicitilly named dotted classes
2. List all simple class names
3. Not list keywords, literals, instance names
4. For any thing matching items 1 and 2 list them only once in
import java.util.*;

public class Main
        public static void main(String[] args)
                throws Throwable
                FileReader rd = new FileReader("");
                StreamTokenizer st = new StreamTokenizer(rd);
                boolean endImports=false;
                Set<String> out=new HashSet<String>();

                int token = st.nextToken();
                while (token != StreamTokenizer.TT_EOF)
                        token = st.nextToken();


                        // this is completely naive but it is good
enough for Aryeh's style
if(Character.isUpperCase(st.sval.charAt(0))&&!endImports) {




Note on final applications: I want to write a tool that will
determine from source only what classes the current source file depend
on. After a little more processing the final output is a DAG
representing the order stuff would need to be compiled in for a non-
JIT compiler.

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