posted 21 years ago
i guess only B & D are correct
A) Instance of Inner classes can be made , where they are accessible , using outer.new inner()
C)Anonymous class can either implement an interface ( in dat case , they be extending from Object class ) OR extend a class , but NOT BOTH
E) Inner class ( local or anonymous ) can be implicitly static , when its declared in static context ( like static initializer )
F) Instance of anonymous class can only be created at da place they r declared .
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