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Problem:

I have a very basic question being a novice. It might be silly to you but I really want to know the fact.

Let’s say you have a java program. Can you have two classes in one java file?

What is the reason behind it? Thanks for your clearance.

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Solution:

Yes, we can. All we have to do is make sure that only one of them is public. A java file can’t run without a public class.

The below example will help you to understand it well. If you still have any questions, just reply to this thread.

public class MyTestClass {
  int a = 5;
}
class MyOtherClass {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    MyTestClass myOb = new MyTestClass();
    System.out.println(myOb.a);
  }
}

Thanks.

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