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Desai Bhagya Lakshmi
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I need the order of precedence of static and instance member execution in java.
I need detail explanation about static variables,static block and static method order of execution and for instance members also

Thank You In advance
 
Vihung Marathe
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You certainly need help.
1. You have not entered a descriptive topic title - it is unlikely that anyone will be moved to try to help you
2. You have specified what you need, but not the reason why and in what context - while you may get an exact answer to your question, it may not be one that solves your problem

In answer to your question, perhaps this might help
http://www.java2s.com/Tutorial/Java/0100__Class-Definition/Initializationorder.htm
 
Ronald Schild
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This is very broad, do you have any specific questions? What have you tried/read, and can you give examples?

Thanks.
 
Jesper de Jong
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Desai Bhagya Lakshmi, when you post a question on JavaRanch, please use a meaningful subject line instead of something like "Need Help", "Help Me", "Need Coding", "Clear My Doubt" etc.

For more tips on how to ask questions effectively, see How to Ask Questions on JavaRanch.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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There is no order of precedence for static members, etc.

Have you read anything at all? Try the Java Tutorials, and see how they help.

And please edit the title of this thread: use the pencil-and-paper icon on the first posting and it should show "subject" which you can change.
 
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