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if i have declared a variable as
final int a;
in a public class
can i access that variable in other class
 
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Hi alec, yes you can.
 
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Trying it would have probably been less work than formulating the question... :roll:
 
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You would control the visibility by using "private", "protected", "public" or default/package (no modifier, as in your example), just like any other instance variable. The "final" simply means it can't be changed.
 
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