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chetan dhumane
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Hello all ,



Can we use static keyword with import statement.

Thanks


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Balaji Bang
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Joined: Apr 23, 2007
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Yes Chetan ,We can use static with import. That becomes a static import ,
But the order will be
We use static imports to import static methods in a class.
Read 10th chapter in K&B book. You will understand more...
Jesper de Jong
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Here's an explanation of static import. This one of the new language features of Java 5.


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