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public inner class

 
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class Outer
{
public class Inner
{
//inner class code
}
public static void main(String lal[])
{
System.out.println("");
H h=new H();
Inner i=h.new Inner();
}

In above code what is the use of Public (non - static )Inner Class ?
 
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I think that the code in the main method somehow relates to it, hence it being public im not sure on this the standard that i folllow is to use the static main class tpo to run another method eg
public static void main (Sting [] args) {
ProgramName tpo = new ProgramName();
tpo.nameofMethod();
}
 
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