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Basic Question please answer

Yasser Shaikh
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Joined: Oct 01, 2008
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Will this piece of code compile without any errors or exceptions???



The problem is when i tried ....
I got a runtime exception ...



Please Help !


~~yr[:_:]s~~
Bill Cruise
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I don't see why you would get java.lang.ClassNotFoundException. Was your Basic class in a file named "Basic.java"?

The code you've posted won't compile because you're calling a non-static method, method(), from the static context of main. Please check to make sure you've posted the exact same code that you're running.
fred rosenberger
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The easiest, fastet way to find out if code will compile is to... compile it.

Have you tried that?


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Campbell Ritchie
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And try to compile it before you try to run it If you get compiler errors, you know to stop/
Harold Lime
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method() is not static, you would need an instance of Basic on which to invoke that method. Or just mark it as static too.
Campbell Ritchie
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Harold Lime wrote:method() is not static, you would need an instance of Basic on which to invoke that method. Or just mark it as static too.
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