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 Q1. Can we declare the main method as private ?Core Java2016-07-26 08:31:57

Ans. Yes, compiler won't complain but at runtime it will give an error saying "Error: Main method not found in class". Even though we can use this method as any other private method, it cannot be invocate by executing the class.

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