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Nikos Stavros
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hello there, I was wondering if anybody could tell me what is the difference between class abstraction and functional abstraction

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ak pillai
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Functional abstraction accomplishes the functional behaviour that is not visible to the consumer of the function. The consumer of the function need to only know the correct calling convention and have trust in the accuracy of the functional results.

Class abstraction maximizes software development flexibility with interfaces and abstract classes.

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