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hi all,
im totally confused.. Could any1 tell me
1)the difference between member inner class and inner class with an example ??
2) are they different or same ??
3) isnt it possible to declare the member inner class as static ??? why ??
Thanks,
raj.
 
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Your best bet is to read the Inner classes chapter from a book. Mughal has free chapter:
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