What is the result of the command
javac test.java
if file test.java contains:

// test.java
/* comments */
Explanation
There is a requirement for public classes - they should be placed in a file with a name that matches the name of the class. But it is not required to have a class with the same name in a file. Any non-public classes or comments (as in this question) can be n the .java file. The file may be even empty - and, nevertheless, the compiler will process it correctly.

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