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Static methods can not be overriden

 class A {
   static void test(double d){
     System.out.println("method of A");
   }
 }

 public class B extends A{
   static void test(double d){
     System.out.println("method of B");
 }

   public static void main(String... args) {
      A b = new B();
      b.test(3.8);
    }
 }

The result will be

method of Aa

because static methods can't be overriden polymorphism will not take place.

Author: Jafar N.Aliyev (Jsoft)

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