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Regarding abstarct classes

Kaush Kane
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i HAVE A QUESTION PLZ ADVICE....

Subclasses of an abstract class that do not provide an implementation of an abstract method, are also abstract??
Scott Selikoff
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Such a class does not compile.

If you mark them as abstract, though, they will compile. There's no such thing as a non-abstract class that inherits from an abstract class and does not provide implementations of its parent's abstract methods.


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Ramasubbhu Allur Kuppusamy
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In other words, the first concrete subclass of an abstract class should implement all the methods in the abstract parentclass.


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