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Local class is a inner class?

 
Badri Sarma
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Hi
i know that local class is a inner class, what access modifiers are applied to local class.
Can we provide public,private,protected or static
Badri
 
Srik Buddha
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From what I understand, I think the local classes are those classes that are declared inside a method. Access modifiers are not allowed, though static is allowed.
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Rory French
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A Local inner class can be declared iether abstract or final, and it may be declared strictfp. It may NOT be declared static, and may NOT be declared with any access modifiers (i.e. private, protected, public).
[ May 03, 2003: Message edited by: Rory French ]
 
Srik Buddha
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U r right, Rory.
Local class cannot be declared static. My fault.
 
Badri Sarma
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Thanks a lot
A local class is a inner class which is declared inside the method.
It cannot have any access modifiers like public, private, protected, and static.
where in it can have abstract, final and strictfp
 
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