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interface with a concrete inner class...

 
vijayender madura
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Hi guys,
i came across an interface with a concrete inner class ...



what does that mean? How do we use the inner class?
Could you please gimme a link/resource where i could read up on that or if any of you guys have the time, could you explain this concept over this thread? Thanks
 
Steve Luke
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The inner class in the Interface is always public and static. Which means you can use them like this:


To learn more (well for this specific subject there isn't a whole lot more but...) you can always refer to the Interface section of the JLS
 
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