Why inner class can not have static data, static fields or nested class?
Quote from <Thinking in Java>, chapter 8:
"Fields and methods in ordinary inner classes can only be at the outer
level of a class, so ordinary inner classes cannot have static data,
static fields, or nested classes."
Will anybody tell me what means "at outer level of a class"? Thanks
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