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i am having a class A .suppose the class B extends A .

when i am creating the instance of B ..two objects are created one for A and other for B.......how this two objects are related specifying this A object is related to only this B object....
class A{}


class B extends A{

  public static void main(String[] args){
 
      B b = new B(); 
      }
   }

here two objects are created one for the super class A and for the subclass B...

how the specific A object related to this b.......
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Updated 16-Aug-11 22:53pm
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