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Difference between abstract [class] and interface

Giribabu Chintakrindi
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Hi,

what is difference between abstract and interface and where we can use in Project. give me some practical example.

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vijay jamadade
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Hey you can get it easily on the internet

or if you are new to java read some certification books like scjp 1.5 cathey sierra so that your oo concept will get more strong

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Vijay Jamadade


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shankar reddy
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If really don't know the difference , This question is like Basic A , B , C , D...
Dear friend .. Huge of documents are available on net.


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Jesper de Jong
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See Interface vs. Abstract Class in the JavaRanch FAQ.

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Campbell Ritchie
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Originally posted by shankar reddy:
If really don't know the difference , This question is like Basic A , B , C , D...
Dear friend .. Huge of documents are available on net.


Please! He's new to Java!
Campbell Ritchie
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Originally posted by Jesper Young:
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