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Within a class, what's the difference between a prviate method and aThe first is not static, the second is.
private static method?
If it was public or protected, we could still access a static methodI'm not sure what this means. A method - private/public/protected - can
always be accessed, just from different places.
but why would we declare a prviate static method when the methodIt would be suitable for a static method that was only going to be
can not be called by other classes?
accessed from within the class. Note that such a method can be called
from within a "static context" (like main()) while a non static private
method can't be.
Also a method could be considered static on semantic grounds - if it
only does static (class wide) things.
What is the difference between private and private static variable
What is the difference between private and privateWell, do you know what private means?
Do you know what static means?