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Originally posted by anushree ari: under what circumstances static main method can call non static method, expecting the reply soon, thx in advance
the key concept is that non-static methods and variables belong to instances of a class;
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let's make a doughnut!
doughnut1.makeDoughnut(); allows us to call the non-static method named makeDoughnut() becasue we have an instance variable doughnut1 to attach to. Did this help?
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thx david, it really helps a lot, thank you very much