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Anto Telvin
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hi all
if we have a code like this
class chk
{
chk c=new chk();
void disp()
{
......
}
where the reference variable which is declared here as instance will get stored ?

thanks
 
Rob Spoor
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On the heap.

Your code is a StackOverFlowError waiting to happen though.

You class "chk" has a field of the same type. You initialize that immediately. Therefore, the following will happen:
- you create chk #1
- this will automatically create chk #2
- this will automatically create chk #3
- this will automatically create chk #4
- this will automatically create chk #5
...

This will continue on forever - until the error is thrown.
 
Anto Telvin
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thanks
 
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