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Can some spread lights to the behaviour of this Static nested interface. Can some one point me to some materials on Inner classes regs Vivek Nidhi [ December 05, 2003: Message edited by: Vivek Nidhi ]
posted 12 years ago
Hai, There is static inner class(top-level nested class). But there is no static inner interface. Basically the interface methods have to be overridden by some implementing class. If u have an inner static interface, it's like declaring it both abstract and static (which is not possible). Also static methods cannot be overridden. (Though it can be redefined in the subclass). If you take Dan's chapter-wise test on inner classes you can understand it well through the explanation provided by him. I think there is a link to his site in javaranch mock exam list. Hope this helps. Kalai