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transient static int a=10;

 
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Respected Sir/Madam,
According to the book concept,transient variable can never be static.But,if you declare
transient static int a =10;
its getting compiled.I would like to know the internal concept of the above?
thanking you,

M.Sanjay.
 
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First of all, you need to go over to the Java In General (Beginner) forum and ask this question. THIS forum is for conversation about running JavaRanch.
When you re-post your question, be sure you tell us WHAT book said such a thing - or perhaps you ought to re-read that section.
 
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