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Program: How to initialise non-static member (local class) class?


Description:
You can create an instance for non-static member class by creating
instance for top level class.

Code:
package com.java2novice.nested.classes;

public class MyNonStaticMemberClassInstance {

	public static void main(String a[]){
		ParentClass pc = new ParentClass();
		ParentClass.ChildClass cc = pc.getInnerInstance();
		cc.myMethod();
		ParentClass.ChildClass cc1 = pc.new ChildClass();
		cc1.myMethod();
	}
}

class ParentClass{
	
	public class ChildClass{
		
		public void myMethod(){
			System.out.println("Hey you have called me!!!");
		}
	}
	
	public ChildClass getInnerInstance(){
		return this.new ChildClass();
	}
}

Output:
Hey you have called me!!!
Hey you have called me!!!
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  4. Give an example of basic non-static member class.
  5. How to initialise non-static member (local class) class?
Knowledge Centre
What is java static import?
By using static imports, we can import the static members from a class rather than the classes from a given package. For example, Thread class has static sleep method, below example gives an idea:

import static java.lang.Thread;
public class MyStaticImportTest {
public static void main(String[] a) {
try{
sleep(100);
} catch(Exception ex){

}
}
}
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