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Michael Angstadt
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YES THIS MAKES TOTAL SENSE. GO SUN.
 
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Michael Angstadt wrote:YES THIS MAKES TOTAL SENSE. GO SUN.


Yea. The compiler is not very good in this regard. It can be tricked easily by using a reference.

Henry
 
Michael Angstadt
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It just seems like it would make more sense just to not allow a field to be used at all until it is declared. But who knows.
 
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The Java programming language was originally designed to be appealing to C++ programmers, and so it inherited large parts of its syntax and semantics from C++, where it probably works in a similar way.
 
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Hi Michael,
You can find forward reference in JLS. See JLS
 
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