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explain polymorphism using struts

S Sravs
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This was the interview question
does any body have some explanation about it?

Thanks in Advance
Ove Lindström
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The fun answer, if you are from Sweden, would be:

A Struts,ostrich in english, Struthio in latin, is a bird that has only two species, Struthio camelus (the Australian ostrich) and Struthio molybdophanes, or the Somalian ostrich.

Both the Australian and the Somalian ostriches are of the type Struthio that is abstract. They are also Birds and of the base class Animal.

The real answer need some more thinking.
Brian Legg
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~Currently preparing for SCJP6
Gregg Bolinger
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If I were asked this question in an interview, I'd get up and just walk out.

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