Same name of variable

Can a class variable can have same name as an auto variable?
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  You mean auto variable means local variable which is declared inside a method or block.You can have class variable and autovariable with the same name.
    public void display()
      int no;*10;
    So whenever you are referring the instance variable you can refer with "this" object.If the variable is class variable or static variable,then it can be accessed only inside the static method.
   That time you can do like this,*10;
   Assume that Sample is a class name.


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