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program u asked for
Posted by saddy on December 27, 2000 at 12:49 PM
> Hi Saddy
> Please send me the program you are talking about. There are things in Java which is not permitted if we , the programmer , do it but in internally they are. For example the two modifiers "abstract" and "final" cannot be used with a class. But when you declare an array of int ( in fact for any array ) like
> int arr = new int ;
> now when you try to find the class of arr in it is
> public abstract final [I ...
> So, you may be right if the program you are referring to has been written by the creator of Java themselves...
here is the program that i was talking about
public static void main(String args)
Vector a = new Vector();
a.addElement(new String(" to"));
a.addElement(new String(" this"));
a.addElement(new String(" World"));
Enumeration vEnum = a.elements();
Here hasMoreElements() and nextElement() both of Enumeration interface are used without overriding them, how is it working?
i will be thankful if u could clear my doubt