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    #1

    Which one correct?

    "These methods are declared as a static members" or ". These methods are declared as the static members".

    I think using "a" before static would be correct. Correct me if i am wrong.


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    Re: Which one correct?

    "These business validations are written in the Java method itself" - "the" before Java is correct?

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    Re: Which one correct?

    "as a static members": clearly incorrect - you can't use 'a' with a plural noun (members).
    "as the static members": correct if you're referring to all the static members there are or, at least, to some already mentioned static members.
    How about "as static members"? (each one declared as a static member at a time).

    "In the Java method": is there only one Java method? If so, yes, it's correct.


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    #4

    Re: Which one correct?

    is the following sentence correct?
    "I am here with attaching HLD document for review."


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    Re: Which one correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by aggelos View Post
    "as a static members": clearly incorrect - you can't use 'a' with a plural noun (members).
    "as the static members": correct if you're referring to all the static members there are or, at least, to some already mentioned static members.
    How about "as static members"? (each one declared as a static member at a time).

    "In the Java method": is there only one Java method? If so, yes, it's correct.
    is it correct?

    "In a Java method"

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    Re: Which one correct?

    "In a Java method": do you by any chance mean programming language by the word method? If so, you should say in the Java programming language, or, preferably, just in Java, just like we say: programs written in C++, Visual Basic etc. If method is what you mean, though, then it's ok, since, as I infer from you new post, you're actually saying there are more than one methods.

    "I am here with attaching HLD document for review": I'm not sure I quite understand what you mean. Are you saying you're still at your computer attaching some document you're about to send by email perhaps? If that is the case, then something along the following lines should do: "I'm still here, just about to send an email with an attached HLD document for review".


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    Re: Which one correct?

    I think that "the static" is correct one.

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