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addOutput( Input().getOrInt(pre)); } if (pre == 0) { output.addOutput( Output().getInt(post++)); } if (post == 1) { output.addOutput( Input().getInt(num(input(name)), “F2”)); } } } algorithms and data structures in java7. Many examples are mentioned below. Looking in home pages for the example of classes in java I have seen many small embedded classes such as logins, setters, classes and more. important link am not sure if I am correct if some of the examples are not designed with knowledge of java7 or not.