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Statement, an interface ?

Vilas Lawande
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Statement stmt =con.createStatement();

As Statement is an interface,How object is created for Statement ?
Ulf Dittmer
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The same way it is created for all other interfaces: a class that implements that interface is instantiated. You can find out which one that is by calling stmt.getClass().getName().
Vilas Lawande
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