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Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 8, 2001

Execute Code Once to Load Libraries for a Specific Module


Static blocks or static initializers don't exist within a method body. The static block code executes only once when the class is loaded. The static block is mainly used to load libraries that are required for that specific module. The following piece of code explains the syntax of writing a static block:
 
public class exstatic{
                  static{

                         }
public void static main(String args[])
{
}
}

The keyword static with the opening and closing braces identifies it to be a static block.
Amit Vij
 
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