Making Java’s Multiple Interface Inheritance more “adaptable”
Making Java?s Multiple Interface Inheritance more ?adaptable?
If there's one feature that I like about Multiple Inheritance, that would be "adaptability". When a child is inherited from multiple parent, child will automatically "adapts" to all the changes made in all the parents, from then and onwards. No explicit changes in child is required, in order to keep it "compatible" or "in-sync" with the parents.
How is it different in Java? in Java, the concept of Multiple Inheritance is further split up into Multiple Interface Inheritance and Multiple Implementation Inheritance specifically. Java supports the former and relinquish the later...
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