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can interfaces have methods which can be declared with the keyword abstract. i read a book which says that the keyword is superflous and would not compile does the code get compiled for me it is compiling properly
The keyword does appear to be superfluous. A class implementing an interface with such a method will compile fine even if it makes the method concrete. [ November 13, 2003: Message edited by: Jason Menard ]
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