1. Returning an anonymous class that uses a final primitive. How does it work? stackoverflow.com
I was wondering if someone could explain how the following code works:
2. What's a reasonable way to mutate a primitive variable from an anonymous Java class? stackoverflow.com
I would like to write the following code:
Obviously this is not allowed, since
3. (Final) primitive used inside anonymous block forums.oracle.com
Yes indeed you are. And the first time you call print, you create a Runnable object which contains the "i" from the first time. The second time you call print, you use that same Runnable object. It still contains the "i" from the first time. So it's what jtahlborn said. And that would be true if you were using Generics (the ...