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The problem is infinite recursion, which will probably lead to an out of memory exception.
The way you've written this, every instance of Testing has its own instance of Testing. So when you try to create an instance of Testing, that instance has to have its own instance of Testing, and in turn that instance has to have its own instance, and that instance has to have its own instance, and...
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Originally posted by marc weber: The problem is infinite recursion, which will probably lead to an out of memory exception.
Two small corrections:
- it's an OutOfMemory*Error*, and - in my experience, it will more likely lead to a StackOverflowError.
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subject: stack trace problem, need help understanding.