Yes, we can declare static variables and methods in an abstract method. As we know that there is no requirement to make the object to access the static context, therefore, we can access the static context declared inside the abstract class by using the name of the abstract class. Consider the following example.
abstract class Test
static int i = 102;
static void TestMethod()
System.out.println("hi !! I am good !!");
public class TestClass extends Test
public static void main (String args)
System.out.println("i = "+Test.i);
hi !! I am good !!
i = 102
Core Java - OOPs Concepts: Inheritance Interview Questions