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Java Class Q&A » Method » anonymous 

1. Why can't I call a method outside of an anonymous class of the same name    stackoverflow.com

The code at the end produces a compile error:

NotApplicable.java:7: run() in  cannot be applied to (int)
               ...

2. Should javac find methods outside of an anonymous class of the same name?    stackoverflow.com

This question is a follow up to: Why can’t I call a method outside of an anonymous class of the same name This previous question answer why, but now I want to ...

3. how to call method without knowing the class name?    stackoverflow.com

I have defined two classes below.

public class junk {
    private BigInteger a = BigIngeger.valueOf(1), b=BigInteger.valueOf(2), c;

    public void DoSomething(){
       ...

4. Is there a way to invoke new methods defined in Anonymous classes?    coderanch.com

in the following code is there anyway i can call the new method called sizzle and get it to run? if it is not possible then could i please know the use of using anonymous classes? class Popcorn { public void pop(){ System.out.println("pop corn"); } } class Food { Popcorn p = new Popcorn(){ public void pop(){ System.out.println("anonymous popcorn"); } public ...

5. Name binding in anonymous class vs. method    forums.oracle.com

Hi, The following program prints 0, then 3. Can anyone explain why the inner class in method() uses field 'x', while method1() uses parameter 'x'? Is this case well-defined by the Java spec? Thanks, Shlomy public abstract class A implements Runnable { public int x = 0; public static void method(final int x) { A a = new A() { public ...

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