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Alex@UEA at 16-Sep-10 9:17am View
If B is a subclass of A, B may have additional functionality that is not expressed in A. So A may not implement functionality that is expected of an object of type B. So what happens if an object of type A is cast to type B and then receives a B specific call?

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