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Singh anuj
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what the exat difrence between static and final keyword
 
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Welcome to the ranch Anuj.

These two keywords are not at all related to each other in any manner. They have two totally different meanings. What made you think they might be similar?
 
Singh anuj
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thanks..bro..

I want to know that what the right meaning of static and final..

 
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Generally, we expect people to ShowSomeEffort (<--click that). you should make at least some minimal attempt to find the answer on your own, and then come back here with specific questions about what you don't understand.

Really, any beginning java book will give an explanation. I'm sure google will as well. So try that, and then come back here and tell us what you found.
 
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Hi,

Welcome to the Ranch. I guess you could just Google them up and you would get a textbook definition. If you still have any doubts please come back and let us know, anyone in the Ranch will be more than happy to help you out.
 
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Singh anuj wrote:I want to know that what the right meaning of static and final..


But that's a very different question from the one you asked originally. It's possible to explain the difference between two things without explaining the meaning of either of the two things. Provided the two things are reasonably similar, that is. Asking for the difference between two things which aren't reasonably similar (like a fish and a bicycle, or the Java keywords "static" and "final") usually doesn't make sense.
 
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