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Milan Sutaria
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Inside main method an anonymous class is created which is a sublclass of Thread class. How can it access the go method without the class name ( B.go() )?
 
Bob Ruth
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Inner classes have access to all members of the enclosing outer class.
 
Milan Sutaria
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i was thinking something else .... thanks for helping out.
 
Ankit Garg
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Although you have got your answer but still I would like to explain it here
As you might know All Inner classes are compiled into top level classes.
When an anonymous class accesses the members of its enclosing class at compile time the compiler will add the name of the enclosing class at the statement where you are accessing the enclosing class member(static).
So your code after compilation will become-

[ August 05, 2008: Message edited by: AnkitJi Garg ]
 
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