Subclass field hides superclass field
Reports fields in a derived class that are named identically a field of a superclass. Java fields cannot be overridden in derived classes, so the field in the derived class will hide the field from the superclass.
As a result of such naming, you may accidentally use the field of the derived class where the identically named field of a base class is intended.
A quick-fix is suggested to rename the field in the derived class.
You can configure the following options for this inspection:
Ignore non-accessible fields - indicates whether this inspection should report all name clashes, or only clashes with fields which are visible from the subclass.
Ignore static fields hiding static fields - ignore
staticfields which hide
staticfields in base classes.
Ignore non-accessible fields
Ignore static fields hiding static fields
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