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Joined: Aug 02, 2010
Jan 27, 2011 02:23:07
we cannot declare abstract methods in interface as protected and default(even if we don't mention
any access specifier (default) compiler takes it as public)
but we can declare abstract method in abstract class as protected and default...
why there are different rules for abstract class and interface?
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subject: abstract rules
Regarding abstract class
Interfaces in java
do they exist abstract interfaces?
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Abstract cannot be protected
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