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i need some explanation..
Joined: Aug 20, 2001
Oct 22, 2001 20:26:00
Classes can be nested to any depth. Top-level static classes can be nested only within other static top-level classes or interfaces. (what this means??)
If the inner class is sub-classed outside of the outer class (only possible with top-level nested classes) (why??)
High Plains Drifter
Joined: Oct 25, 2000
Oct 23, 2001 00:10:00
Translation: static inner classes cannot be nested to any depth, and are an exception to the rule.
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The Complete Java 2 Certification Study Guide
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subject: i need some explanation..
doubt on top level nested classes -from velumurugan periyasmays site
Static Nested Classes
can a class be static?
Inner classes -doubt on static
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