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abstract - getInstance()
Joined: Feb 26, 2007
Mar 27, 2007 22:47:00
is an abstract class. So, to instantiate, you do:
d = DateFormat.getInstance();
Also, somewhere I read that abstract classes can't be instantiated. So, there is an anomaly here. Please throw soe light on it.
Also, if the 2nd statement is incorrect,
does the getInstance() mehtod apply to instantiate any abstract class?
Joined: Nov 24, 2005
Mar 27, 2007 22:58:00
What getInstance() does is basically to return a new
d = DateFormat.getInstance();[i] would be equivalent to [i]
d = new
(...)[i] with default parameters.
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