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Hi,
Anonymous inner class can be instantiated only inside the method body.True or False?
Can any one give answer with explanation.
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A.umar hathab
 
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False, an anonymous class does not always need to be inside a method
body. They can be used within intializer blocks or
static blocks.
For eg:

Or the below code


[This message has been edited by Angela Narain (edited September 25, 2001).]
 
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Thanks narain.I am clear now.
A.umar
 
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Thanks narain.I am clear now.
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