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interface A34 {int i = 1; int m1();}
interface B34 extends A34 {int i = 10; int m1();} //1
class C34 implements B34 {
public int m1() {System.out.println(i); return i;}
public static void main(String[] args) {
new C34().m1();
}}

Here output is 10;
I this code sample Can i print the value of i = 1 which is defined in interface A34?
 
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Originally posted by Ankith suresh:
In this code sample Can i print the value of i = 1 which is defined in interface A34?

Yes, if you fully qualify which i you want.
 
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