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Hi Brian The answer is Yes. You can implicitly put the keyword abstract in front of the method or the interface if you wish but that is not recomended. [ June 03, 2003: Message edited by: Anupam Sinha ]
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Thanks once again. I admit, I still find the JLS a bit difficult to read, so it isn't my first choice to find my answers, at least not yet...
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Originally posted by Brian Joseph: Thanks once again. I admit, I still find the JLS a bit difficult to read, so it isn't my first choice to find my answers, at least not yet...
The JLS can be a bit daunting, but it's the #1 source for answers when it comes to Java. Get used to looking through it - believe me, it gets easier with practice. After a while, you get to know it so well, you know right where to look for handy quotes to answer questions. :roll:
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Hi Corey Do refer to the JLS on the computer or you refer to a hard copy of the JLS. I mean which do you find easier. [ June 03, 2003: Message edited by: Anupam Sinha ]