Originally posted by Ankur Bhatt:
sorry, Robert. Instead of replying I accidentally clicked on new post (named "To Robert").
Murtuza, the Khalid book says that during compilation time the compiler sees this method (call() in B class) and assumes that it being private and connot be overridden, it calls B's method at run time .
Personally I am not satisfied with that explation. Nothing was written more than that. First that overridden methods can NOT be inherited and now this. Khalid book is making me nuts