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difference between interface and abstract

anita dhar
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Hi, i am wondering when we have to use abstract and when inetrface
what is interface and abstract when we can go for interface and when we go for abstract class .
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Jesper de Jong
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Please do a search; this question has been asked many times before, so you'll quickly find an answer if you search.


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Anita, you keep posting questions in I/O and Streams regardless of whether the question has anything to do with I/O and Streams. Please take a look at our list of forums and try to select an appropriate forum for each different question you have. I will move this particular question to Java in General (beginner).


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