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Hi VenkatramSimha, You are posting so many messages and receiving replies as well.But,don't you read them carefully..the moderators are repeatedly requesting you to change your name as per javaranch policies.Please,do that urgently otherwise they would chop off your name from this wonderful site, thanks....just a thought for you!!!
You know I gave you two days, but I am thinking of suspending your account today. Because it is obvious that you are just ignoring us when we ask you to change your display name to follow the JavaRanch guidelines.
An abstract class is to extended to a concrete class. That is, it will be a base class of some other class. The subclass' constructor will need to call the base class constructor (an explicity declared one or a default constructor provided by the compiler).
From that you should be able to produce your own coding example.
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Mark Really i tried to change my display name but iam unable to change. can u please provide the link where i can change my name. really i tried a lot mark but iam unable to change.anyway please provide the link.
anyway i apologize for my mistake
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Go into "My Profile", then into "View/Update Profile", and the change the Publicly Displayed Name field to: Venkat Ramsimha (with the space between the two names). Press "Update Profile".
That should do the trick... [ May 10, 2005: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]
An abstract class is erroneously used to extends any class, be it abstract or not. Correct design (off topic, sorry) mandates that all classes are declared final, and therefore, not abstract (since they are mutually exclusive).