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Given the following interface & class declarations in their respective files, what is the value of the local variable originX in the contsructor of class Draw ?

public interface IContext
{
public double originX = 0;
}

public interface IShape extends IContext
{
public double originX = 10;
}

public class Draw implements IShape
{

public Draw()
{
double originX = this.originX;
}
}

The answer is 10.0.But according to me it should be Code will not compile, "this" reference in the constructor of class Draw is ambiguous.
 
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Can you tell the reason why it is ambiguous?
[ December 11, 2008: Message edited by: Rajshekhar Paul ]
 
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No it is not ambiguous as Ishape interface is hiding originX so its implementors will inherit only Ishape originX.
 
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Ok....Thanks Punit. I thought that Draw is inheriting originX from the interfaces. But I overlooked the fact that Draw is implementing only 1 Interface IShape.
 
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Just add to that, You can not modify originX variable as it is interface member and it is by default public static final.
 
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