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What is the technical definition of Abstration in terms of OOPs ?

Aashish Vyas
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I wanna know the proper definition of Abstrations in terms of OOPs ?
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What did you find when you did a quick internet search for "Abstraction" or "Abstraction OOP"? I guarantee there are thousands of web sites that explain this. I would be willing to bet there are dozens of threads on this site discussing this exact topic. Read some of them, and if you then have a specific question, by all means please come back here and ask.

You may want to read our FAQ on HowToAskQuestionsOnJavaRanch (<---that's a hyperlink). Specifically, the ShowSomeEffort and SearchFirst pages.


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