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If I do this:
System.out.println (this.getClass());
and it outputs:
com.mycompany.MyClass$1
What does the $1 mean?
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ksivananth earned 2000 total points
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some annonymous inner class with in MyClass
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by:allelopath
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ah yes, makes sense now.
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