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Quiz on anonymous classes

Marlene Miller
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Here is a quiz based on K&B Chapter 8, Self Test 12, page 485-486
This is a lean version of the example.

Quiz: Replace the anonymous class declarations with named class declarations and instantiate the classes. Try to preserve the class structures and relationships.
For example,
class C extends A {}
A x = new C();
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Marlene Miller
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Hint:
Here is an analysis of the class structures and relationships.

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Marlene Miller
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Answer: Part I.

In the first example, the anonymous subclass of A.B is an inner class of A. The reference to the enclosing instance is passed upstairs through the constructor of the anonymous class. The subclass is instantiated in a static context. It does not need the reference itself. That is difficult for me to understand.
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Marlene Miller
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Answer: Part II.
The new classes have the same structure as the old classes.

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