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Charlie Swanson
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When a class implements an interface, is this considered inheritance?
If not what is it considered or called?
Val Dra
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Yes it does consider inheritance , also use of interfaces provide a multiple inheritance and very robust applications. Because you can later upcast to them very usefull.


Val SCJP <BR>going for SCJD
Velmurugan Periasamy
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It is interface inheritance. When you extend a class, it's called implementation inheritance.
HTH

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Charlie Swanson
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