Hi, while doing the Java Rule Round-Up, I came across a question that says each source file need not have a public class. Can someone provide some examples, cos I am not really sure of what the question is asking.
You can specify a "public" access modifier for a top-level class, which makes it accessible everywhere. If you don't specify an access modifier for a top-level class, then it has default access (restricted to the package). So the following could be a source file that does not contain a public class...
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