hi, 1)final methods are not overridden. 2)A final class makes all of its methods final as well. 1) is understood. 2)is this implicit to us, pls let me know what it really means. i have written to myself a program in which class is final and it has a non-final method, if the 2) is right, how will i now that method a() became final.
Eg. Of final classes : Integer,Float,Long,Double,String in java.lang Integer is a final class in java.lang, but i see its some of its method, they are not final.. public static int parseInt(String s, int radix) throws NumberFormatException public byte byteValue() public int hashCode()
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srinivas, When you declare a class as final, it implicitly makes its methods final. a final class cannot be sub classed, therefore, you cannot override it's methods and so by definition, the methods are implicitly final.
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