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soni madhuri
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Joined: Nov 06, 2009
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public class Stone{

public void myMethod(){
System.out.println("hgdsf");
}


}
public class BigStone{

public static void main(String args[])
{
BigStone[] b = new BigStone( new Stone(), new Stone(), new Stone());
}
}

Can we declare Stone objects like they are in the code.

please need an answer.

madhuri.
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I'm not sure what you mean by declaring objects in your code. Certainly, you can create new objects in your code, so you code appears completely valid.

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