final method may not be overridden. : final « Modifiers « SCJP

public class MainClass {
  public static void main(String[] argv) {

class MyClass {
  final void methodA() {

class Subclass extends MyClass {
  void methodA() {  // Error
Cannot override the final method from MyClass variables
3.6.2.A final class cannot be subclassed.
3.6.3.If a final variable references to an object, the reference must stay the same(not the object)
3.6.4.A final method may not be overridden local variable indicates that the value of a variable cannot be changed once assigned a value.
3.6.6.Local variables and method parameters may also be declared as final to enable them to be accessed by local inner classes. method may not be overridden.
3.6.8.The final keyword means that the field cannot be changed once initialized.
3.6.9.A final variable can't have its value changed after initialization.
3.6.10.A local variable or method parameter must be declared final if it is to be used by an inner class declared inside a method.