Found this question on a mock: Question 38. Given the code, what is the output
A.Code Does't Compile. B.Code Compiles but error will be generated at runtime. C.Code Compiles & runs, output is i is : 10 D.Code compiles & runs, output is i is : 20 Ans is A. The code does not compile. However if I replace line line 4 with int i = 20; it compiles fine and runs with output "i is 20". Also if I make both Line 2 and Line 4 non-static, it compiles and runs with output "i is 20". Lastly if I make Line 2 non static, and 4 static it again fails to compile. Am I right in saying that: 1. Static variables cannot be shadowed by another static variable. But it can be shadowed by a non-static variable. 2. Non Static variables can be shadowed by another non-static variable, but not by a static variable. Monisha.