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Can an inner class have an embedded class? Is there a restriction to the depth in embedded class hierarchy?

Please do provide an succinct description/ reasoning.

Thanks a lot .
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dorward earned 125 total points
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Class has a different meaning depending on where it is used.

Are we talking Java class definitions here?
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Yes I am referring to Class hierarchy of java classes
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