Why does java not support Multiple Inheritance? What does Multiple Implementation mean in java? How does multiple inheritance implement using interfaces? If we are using same methods(same signature) in two interfaces and we are implementing those interfaces in a class,how does it avoid multiple inheritance issues in java? :roll:
These look like home work questions thomas davis. People are discouraged from answering homework questions directly here. What I can suggest is you have a read up on the theory behind the Java specification. Sun's spec. docs might be a little dry, but Bruce Eckle's "Thinking In Java" is an easier read.
and even if not, they don't belong here but in the beginner forum. Anyone who lacks the knowledge he asks for can hardly be anything but an absolute beginner (nothing wrong with that, everything wrong with an unwillingness to do your own research).
Plus, i think every one of these questions has been answered (many times) in the beginner forums. try doing a search, and you'll probably get your answer faster than waiting for someone to do your homework for you.
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors