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what are the main difference between abstract class and interface?..

Java Abstract-Classes 04-05 min 30-40 sec 30-09-16, 7:51 p.m. mdafzal2490

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04-12-19, 11:49 p.m. PravinJain

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An interface is like an abstract class which can only have:
1. static and final variables (constants)
2. abstract methods
from Java 8 onwards
3. statidc methods
4. default methods
from Java 9 onwards
5  private methods

and can participate in multiple inheritance,, unlike an abstract class.

04-12-19, 11:48 p.m. PravinJain


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