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<p> An inner class is invoking a method that could be resolved to either a inherited method or a method defined in an outer class. By the Java semantics,
it will be resolved to invoke the inherited method, but this may not be want
you intend. If you really intend to invoke the inherited method,
invoke it by invoking the method on super (e.g., invoke super.foo(17)), and
thus it will be clear to other readers of your code and to FindBugs
that you want to invoke the inherited method, not the method in the outer class.
</p>
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