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here is the answer

Posted by SPIDY on January 04, 2001 at 9:22 AM

> An I nterface can extend more than one interface . What is the practical use of this ????

It's nothing but a class implementing more than one interface ...
first of all try to understand the use of interfaces...
if ur class is implementing morethan one interfaces ...what the benefit u get in the same way if ur class is implementing an interface which is extending more than one interfaces then ur class has to provide the functionality for all the abstract methods present in those interfaces....

that's it if u have any doubts u can mail me


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