inner class in java


Introduction Java is known for its exemplary features and Java inner class is one of them. Although variables, methods and constructors are usual members of a class, it is also possible to have another class declared inside a primary class, which is essentially a Java inner class. The scope of an inner class is limited to the scope of its outer class. For instance, if class B is defined inside class A, then class B cannot exist as itself outside class A. Inner classes were introduced back when Java 1.1 was rolled out. Following is the simple Syntax of a Java inner class: 1. class classA 2. { 3. //other members of class A defined here. 4. class classB 5.      { 6.        // members of class B defined here. 7.      } 8.  } Java inner class is one of the most well-regarded features…