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inheriting a static method.....
Joined: Aug 20, 2007
Nov 04, 2007 23:22:00
why can't a instance method in the subclass override a static method of the superclass??? why do we get a complie time error???
Joined: Aug 31, 2004
Nov 04, 2007 23:49:00
See if this helps:
Overriding vs. Hiding
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Joined: Sep 05, 2007
Nov 05, 2007 14:42:00
who decided to make
Joined: Oct 04, 2007
Nov 05, 2007 14:50:00
It will make sense later for you..
Statics do not have context - by context, usually we perform behaviors on an object, ie:
Dog d = new Dog(); d.run();
In this example, d (Dog object) is the context. Since statics don't have context, the only way we are supposed to reference them is by the class - so for example:
Since I'm not actually creating an instance of service, how exactly would I override it?
Two different methods, get what I'm saying?
[ November 06, 2007: Message edited by: Adam Schaible ]
subject: inheriting a static method.....
question about abatract
(Design Perspective)Static method in interface
access to another classs' elements(variables)?
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