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nishesh chouhan
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could any one tell me that can an interface implement the abstract class .
shankar vembu
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an interface can only EXTEND (not implement) an interface.
Cindy Glass
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An interface can not implement anything. It is always just a "specification".
An abstract class can implement an interface.
A sub-interface can extend an interface as mentioned above.

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nishesh chouhan
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thanks cindy for your reply .I got it ......
I agree. Here's the link:
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