InterestingProblem - System.out.println("c2:...

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An interesting class Wednesday, October 26, 2011
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public class C { /* basic reference operations */ static int j = 0; int i; // private Feld C(int j) { i = j;} void iCopy(C argObj) { this.i = argObj.i; } int iGet( ) {return i;} public static void main(String[] args) throws MyException1 { C c1 = new C(1); C c2 = new C(2); c1.iCopy(c2); System.out.println("c1: "+c1.iGet( ));
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Unformatted text preview: System.out.println("c2: "+c2.iGet( )); } } The i feld is private in iCopy , the this reFerence can access a private feld oF another object. is this legal? is it good programming practice? what are the costs? what are the benefts? How about with packages, package private, etc? Wednesday, October 26, 2011...
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