14. Scope Rules
14.1. Class Scope for Members
Class scope refers to how member declarations (methods and variables) are accessed within the class.
For the following example the table defines class scope for members.
// Example Code here
Some of the points to consider are
- Static code can only access other static members by their simple names.
- Static code is not executed in the context of an object, therefore the references this and super are not available.