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Java Tutorial - #77 - Inner Class

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In this video I'm going to be showing you how to use an inner class within Java. A quote from Java point: Java inner class or nested class is a class i.e. declared inside the class or interface.

We use inner classes to logically group classes and interfaces in one place so that it can be more readable and maintainable.

Additionally, it can access all the members of outer class including private data members and methods.

There are alternatives, such as making an anonymous inner class with an instance initializer (also known as an "double brace initialization").

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