Sandy - you seem to be saying that (c) is true. You are correct. Note that the question asks, which statement is not true? Since (c) is true, it should not be part of your answer.
[Tony]: b and c are true; the rest are false.
What's wrong with (a)? An interface declared within the body of a class or interface may be described as a nested interface, or a member interface. Same thing, for an interface. Optionally the word static may be included too, but it's unnecessary since interfaces are always implicitly static.
Statements (a), (b), (c) are true. Therefore since the question asks which statement is not true, the best answer is (d), as Dan said. (Since (e) would create a paradox similar to "this statement is true" - don't want to go there.) [ February 04, 2005: Message edited by: Jim Yingst ]
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Agreed. An oversight on my part.
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oops... i was thinking question asked abt which was true