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A class extending a class and implementing an interface with same methods ?

K Srinivasan
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if a class extends another class and implements an interface both with the same method , which function will it implement ??

eg:



which show() does c implement ??

thanks.
Sebastian Janisch
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The important thing is that the rules for the implementation of interfaces and abstract classes have been obeyed.

So, if you do


or



both will do the same thing...


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John de Michele
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'Albus':

Aren't you dead? You probably should change your username to your real name. Fake names are against the rules, and the moderators will get on your case.

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David Newton
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albus dumbeldore wrote:which show() does c implement ??

From a pragmatic standpoint, what's the difference? If the signatures are the same, the implementing subclass will be an instance of both the superclass and interface (unless I'm misunderstanding something).
 
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