"An instance of anonymous inner class can be assigned to any type of variable (static variable, instance variable, or local variable), method parameter, or returned from a method."
Ted North wrote:"A static member can call/access only a static member of its own class" (Ganesh & Sharma, 2013, p. 488). Does this mean that a static reference can only call methods in its class or call fields in its class using the name of the class and the dot operator?
These methods can’t (re)define type parameter section. The following won’t compile: