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Java: During a name clash between instance variable and local variable, which variable gets more priority?

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Java: During a name clash between instance variable and local variable, which variable gets more priority?
posted Dec 8, 2016 by anonymous

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local variable gets more priority

// in this case we will use this keyword Ex.

         int z;
         void fun(int z)
       {
           this.z=z;
       }
answer Dec 11, 2016 by Ajay Kumar
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