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I'd say 1, though that answer could also apply to a class. 2 is more correct for an interface, but I think a case could be made to have it apply to a method. Division by zero, out of cheese error, universe halted.
i would say 2. Because classes are implementation of abstraction. Variables define the Properties of a class. Methods definte the Behaviour of a class. -Aj [This message has been edited by Aj Patel (edited January 07, 2001).]
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Hi Aj and Jeroen, This question was from Khalid's mock exam. The answer diven is (2).