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abstrace and interface

Posted by kannan on January 30, 2001 at 12:41 AM

Interfaces are implicitely abstract.Assume that you have four methods in an interface. when u implements this interface, u have to make use of all the methods declared in interface. Atlease u have to make a dummy implementation of these methods.
whereas a abstrace medhod is not necessarly have all methods as abstrace.

> > Hello,
> > can you please give an exact definition of Abstract class and
> > Interface. Is there any relationship between these two. If so,
> > please give the details.( Details with examples is well and good)


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