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Joined: Aug 08, 2002
Aug 08, 2002 23:41:00
Can inner classes be
inside a function ?
Joined: Mar 22, 2002
Aug 08, 2002 23:43:00
Yes. It's called a
inner class. If the method is static, this local inner class can only access static members of the enclosing class, as well as any local variables declared as final.
subject: Inner classes
Is there something called 'inner interface'?
What is a class file with $ symbol in the name
Classes declared as static?
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