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Inner Class/Overridding

 
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Can you Override a method in Inner class and Nested class
 
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yes, you can. Here is the sample code!

[I added [ code ] tags to make indentation visible - Jim]
[This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited February 02, 2000).]
[This message has been edited by Tony Alicea (edited February 02, 2000).]
 
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which method you are overriding here? Is a nested static class can be overridden by non-static inner class? Anyone can explain the program?
 
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which method you are overriding here? Is a nested static class can be overridden by non-static inner class?


None. The example does not demonstrate any overriding at all. Overriding means the overriding method in the subclass must have the same method signature with the overriden method in the parent class.
I took a look at the methods the example declare and found the following:

As you can see, there are no instances of matching signatures and thus no overriding at all.
 
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that's why i was wondering about the program. Can anyone post the example for overriding methods in inner classes?
 
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here is an example:

hope it helps,
Francisco
 
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Originally posted by Dave Vick:
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Welcome to the Java Ranch...


... Dave you're so good!! but seeing as though they haven't posted in 2 years, i don't think they'll be changing their names anytime soon
 
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Don't sweat it, I did the same thing recently. It's amazing that these old posts are still being recycled! But it's a good thing.
 
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