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Thread: enum

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    Default enum

    Can an enum have methods, fields and constructors? How? Why?

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    Default Re: enum

    But he could have found this himself easily with Google as it's one of the first hits. Why isn't he doing this, and why is he instead dumping all of his grunt work into the forum?

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