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hai ranchers
can any one give a detailed explaination
on this question

1. package testpkg.p1;
2. public class ParentUtil {
3. public int x = 420;
4. protected int doStuff() { return x; }
5. }
1. package testpkg.p2;
2. import testpkg.p1.ParentUtil;
3. public class ChildUtil extends ParentUtil {
4. public static void main(String [] args) {
5. new ChildUtil().callStuff();
6. }
7. void callStuff() {
8. System.out.print("this " + this.doStuff() );
9. ParentUtil p = new ParentUtil();
10. System.out.print(" parent " + p.doStuff() );
11. }
12. }

which statement is true?
A. The code compiles and runs, with output this 420 parent 420.
B. If line 8 is removed, the code will compile and run.
C. If line 10 is removed, the code will compile and run.
D. Both lines 8 and 10 must be removed for the code to compile.
E. An exception is thrown at runtime.


ans is C

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Hi here,
superclass, subclass are in two different packages.
dostuff() method of super class is having 'protected' access.

A subclass outside the package can inherit the protected memeber.
A subclass in different package can access the protected member only through inheritance.
A subclass outside the package can't use a superclass reference to access a protected member.

In the given program, subclass method classStuff() is tryingto access the superclass protected member using the superclass reference. It will be compilation error. If we comment that line program will compile and run.
 
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