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> I'm not sure about the answer to question#24 in the rules round up game. It
> is as follows:
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> Q: Class Y is a subclass of class X. Will this compile? Y myY=new X()?
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> Ans: No
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> Is it not true that though the code is incorrect, referencing an object of
> class X using a reference of subclass Y, it will fail only at runtime and not
> at compile time?
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The code will not compile. the rules roundup game is correct. Try it for yourself.
 
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