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Anonymous inner class constructor

This is an example of how to use an anonymous inner class. We have set an example following the above steps:

  • We have created an abstract class, Abs that has a constructor and an abstract method.
  • We have also created another class, InnerClassConst, that has a static method, getAbs(int i), that returns a new Abs, for a given int value, where it overrides the f() method of Abs in order to print a message.
  • When calling a new Abs instance, calling getAbs(int i) method of InnerClassConst, it calls the overriden method in the Abs constructor of InnerClassConst,

as described in the code snippet below. 

package com.javacodegeeks.snippets.core;

abstract class Abs {

    public Abs(int i) {

  

  System.out.println("Abs constructor, i = " + i);
    }

    public abstract void f();
}
public class InnerclassConst {

    public static Abs getAbs(int i) {

  

  return new Abs(i) {


{


    System.out.println("Inside instance initializer");


}



@Override


public void f() {


    System.out.println("In anonymous f()");


}

  };
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {

  Abs a = getAbs(47);

  a.f();
    }
}

Output:

Abs constructor, i = 47
Inside instance initializer
In anonymous f()

   
 This was an example of an anonymous inner class in Java.

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