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what is difference between abstract classes and interface
Sandeep Mewara 22-Nov-10 8:09am

Would it hurt you to try using google for questions like this? Among the more than 43 THOUSAND results returned, this was the first one:

Abstract Classes vs Interfaces[^]
AFAIK, an interface is only a contract i.e. signatures. An abstract class can have method definitions but at least one item with the modifier abstract thus making the whole class abstract.

That's the way I remember it. Hopefully I'm not to far of track.
(It's been a long time since I had to do with Java)



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