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Multiple inheritance.

T sandya
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Joined: Aug 03, 2006
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I have two classes, Class A and Class B.
Class A is implicitly extending the Class Object.
Now if Class B extending the Class A, Class B also extending the Object Class, so it is violating the multiple
inheritance concept in java right?
how it is possible.?
Jesper de Jong
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No, multiple inheritance is extending two classes at the same level. In your example, the base classes are not at the same level.

Please do a search for "multiple inheritance" in the forums here; this topic is discussed regularly here, and your question has been asked often. If you do a search you will find a list of answers very quickly.

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