What is Nested top-level classes?

What is Nested top-level classes?

Nested top-level classes are declared within an enclosing class. Nested top-level classes are always defined with a static keyword. A nested top-level class/interface is defined as a static member of its enclosing class/interface, i.e. static inner classes are called nested top level classes.

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Date:2016-01-09 00:00:00

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