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Method Declaration1687
What is the output of the following program?
public class Krish {
    static char c = 70;
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        Krish krish = new Krish();
        System.out.print(c + " ");
        krish(c);
        System.out.println(c);
    }
    static void krish(char c) {
        int cr = c;
        cr = cr * 2;
        cr = cr + c - 20;
        c = (char) cr;
    }
}

A. F 50
B. f 50
C. F f
D. F F
E. f f
F. 70 F
Topic: Static and Non Static Variables - Static and Non Static Methods

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D is the correct answer becuse the unicode value of 70 is F and in the krish function we are changing the value of local variable c but not static variable c

Posted by Harish Reddy Bitla    2013-08-16 08:39:26


ans shuld be D: aschii val of F is 70 n changes made in constructr will have local scope to c a it a formal parameter

Posted by Sarika Vollala    2013-08-16 08:39:43


Ans is d because first it will print F  since it's ASCII value is 70 and next after calling constructor c value is 190 it is not in ascii table (it is in extended ascii) it will print same as F.so ans is d.

Posted by Anusha Moreddy    2013-08-16 08:54:03


Ans D since 70 is assigned to char variable its corresponding ASCII value F gets printed first...c is local (not a static)to krish function changes made to it are not reflected back so again F gets printed

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