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The keyword static in the Java programming language denotes that a certain member belongs to a type rather than an instance of that type. This indicates that only one instance of that static member will be created, and it will be shared by all instances of the class.

This is how you call a function without having a class instance. The main reason is that it is frequently used to represent a service class that should not be instantiated repeatedly. Many OOP capabilities, such as inheritance and interface implementation, are not available when using a static class (with only static functions).

Compile-time or early binding is used in the static technique. As a result, we may call the static method without having to create an object. The approach uses runtime or dynamic binding in a non-static method. As a result, we can't use a non-static method without first creating an instance of it.

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