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object creation in java

 
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i am beginner in java and had little confusion with these object creation.I was making this code for assigning object to other object
here is the code

i like to know how the gb and gb1 object can be declared inside its own class ???

class Obj {
float b;
public static void main(String[] args){

Obj gb=new Obj();
Obj gb1=new Obj();
gb.b=3;
gb1.b=4;

System.out.println("first--->"+gb.b+"\n Second"+gb1.b);

}

}

i like to know how the gb and gb1 object can be declared inside its own class ???
 
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Please don't create duplicate topics. I'm closing this one. Let's continue the discussion in your other topic
 
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