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We can use any class or interface name as an identifier

 
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We can use any class or interface name (user defined or standard from API) as an identifier to denote methods, variables and labels.
But we can't use it to denote classes.

If i am wrong please tell me.

Check out the following code



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[ March 01, 2007: Message edited by: Pankaja Shinde ]
 
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But we can't use it to denote classes.



You can use that for classes also.
 
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how can we create class of Math, Object or String
 
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Output will be
Inside Math class
 
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Hi Shinde,
Try out this too,


On my PC the output was:
Integer clas loaded
Hello World!
Serious class loaded
ArrayList class loaded

I am not sure about the behaviour of the JVM. But when I created String class of my own, the behaviour of the JVM of quite different. It threw RTE printing first two outputs. But what can assure that I you don�t create a class named String, your code runs fine (compile and run).
 
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