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Which of following does not complete the sentence correctly ?
An Interface.....

1- force classes that implement it to declare all the interfaces method
2-is used in place of an abstract class when there is no default implementation to inherit
3-can't be instantiated
4- can be instantiated

is the answer no.4 right ? or not
Posted 3-Jan-13 9:33am
Edited 3-Jan-13 9:37am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 8-Jan-13 13:25pm
This is not a proper question, this is the abuse, reported as such.
If you want to learn something, ask us, without this lame multiple-choice games.

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Solution 1

No, you are incorrect. An interface cannot in itself be instantiated. Classes can be instantiated, and can implement interfaces in their entirety.
bado2015 at 3-Jan-13 15:41pm
Then No.4 will be right in Que ask me Does not Complete it correctly
Marcus Kramer at 3-Jan-13 15:57pm
Sorry. Yes. I didn't see the "does not" for some reason. Not enough caffeine today, I think... So I'm off to rectify that situation.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 8-Jan-13 13:28pm
My 5, but I strongly recommend you to avoid answering any questions with multiple choice, especially as incorrect as this one. I think it's the best to remove them immediately.
Marcus Kramer at 8-Jan-13 13:50pm
Thanks, Sergey.

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