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Pankaj Patel

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Originally posted by Pankaj Patel:
Hi. May i know the reason of a Java Symbol to be a cup. Thanks.

12 years ago

Originally posted by Pankaj Patel:
Hi. May i know the reason of a Java Symbol to be a cup. Thanks.

12 years ago
Hi. May i know the reason of a Java to be a cup. Thanks.
12 years ago
Hi. May i know the reason of a Java to be a cup. Thanks.
12 years ago
Hi to all. May i know how to read a excel file using a java program? I want to read and manipulate that file...

I had heared that a excel file is not edited directly. We have to make a copy before manipulation it? Is this true?

Will Wait for reply.
12 years ago
Hi! As you already know the static varible is common to all the instance of the class and same way it is also common to all the instance of the class that are derived from it. So If you try to change the value from Test.i or subTest.i, will affect on the same variable and that is the reason for the given output.

I hope i make myself clear.