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I am currently working on OOP3 SortNames. One of the objectives of the assignment is to learn about implementing Interfaces.
I would like to ask a question without going into detail or giving anything away hopefully.
In my solution to this assignment (currently undergoing scrutiny) I have implemented an Interface. My understanding is that when you implement an Interface your class must override every method of the Inteface.
I have left one method out, it is in the Interface but not in my class and it works I dont know why it works But I am sure you can tell me otherwise I shall remain
I wish that for just one time, you could stand inside my shoes.<br />You'd know what a drag it is to see you.
What class does your class extend? I know that it also implements an interface, but every class extends a particular class by default if one is not specified. Does that parent class implement that method of the interface that you're wondering about?
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