Jesse Silverman wrote:I still to this moment don't understand why Java allows you to redeclare abstract methods inherited from Object in your interfaces -- I don't see what this really ever buys you except confusion.
henry leu wrote:D. A final instance variable whose value is not set when it is declared or in an initialization block should be set by the constructor.
Mike Gualeni wrote:The answer says nothing about methods from Object?! I now that the methods from Object doesn't count to be a functional interface but in Panther there are definitely two abstract methods...
Stephan van Hulst wrote:
Paul Clapham wrote:The global-boolean idea is fine
I strongly disagree. Global variables are never fine.
Zulfi Khan wrote:I have a variable opr_CntList. It contains two things: opcode strings and their integer count.
Chris Crawford wrote:Is there a standard way to prevent Listeners from activating during initialization? I had experienced a similar problem with another program some years ago and solved it by setting up a global boolean that blocked action by Listeners during initialization.
Zulfi Khan wrote:please guide me how to create a variable name for 'operation code and their count List.