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mansi gupte
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PrintStream o = System.out;
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piya rai wrote: PrintStream o = System.out;



You are declaring a reference, called "o", which is of type PrintStream, and assigning it the System.out reference. This works because "out" is of type PrintStream, and is a static variable of the System class.

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