Im not sure where exactly i should post this..but i was using the rules round up game and it sort if has a glitch. When it presented Q. 109 all it shows was the question and a done button.. no choices for answers. and the done button was a dead button. anyways I really enjoy this website.. it has helped me alot as i am preparing for the SCJP 1.4 exam( which im taking in 12hrs).. thanks again -wael
The wording is fine. Nothing in the JLS or any book I'm aware of supports distinguishing between "declared" and "redeclared". I would argue that "declared" would be more correct anyway; you're actually declaring a new, different method which happens to have the same name as a previous method. But it's not actually related to the other method in any meaningful way.
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posted 16 years ago
I agree with Jim. Its declared. How can it be considered 'redeclared' if the class is not even aware of it? The subclass declaring the method is not aware of the superclass method, so it declares it, I would argue .