Originally posted by adam Lui: ...how is it possible to use that f() in localInner?
localInner.f() does not work because f() is not static (and inner classes cannot have static declarations). So you would need to create an instance of localInner, and call the method using that instance. [ November 14, 2007: Message edited by: marc weber ]
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