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why an interface cannot be declared inside a regular inner class?

ex: the following code is wrong...

class one{
class inner{
interface inter{
}
}
}
 
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Because, when you define an inner class you are associating an object with an inner class which inturn is attached to some other object of the enclosing class. No object is associated with Interface and all members of interface are implicitly static.
 
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how the float variable is assigned a long variable..?
ex:
long l=1213; //even maximum long value...
float f=l;

float has 4 bytes and long bytes..
how 8 bytes value is assigned to 4 bytes value..?
 
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I thought it was for the same reason that this is not allowed:

What this has to do with floats and longs, I don't know...
[ August 29, 2006: Message edited by: Dana Bothner-By ]
 
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