the above code doesnt compile..an illegal forward reference error is given at line1 by the compiler..
if we make the 1st line as private int i=this.j(though it assigns a value of 0 to i); the code compiles!
make 2nd line private static int j=10..here too the code compiles fine(this part i understood..the static variables will be initialized before instance variables..so compiler will have no pblm in assigning i the value of j..but why didnt it assign i ,a value of 0 when i=j was given?why is it not legal?)...
Sandy<br />SCJP1.4 SCWCD1.4<br />SCBCD(preparing)
posted 12 years ago
I'm not sure about this.j but static variables are created and initialized first before any instance variables. Here's how it goes
First: static blocks Second: static variables Third/Fourth: instance blocks or instance variables (not sure what goes in first)