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    Question difference between interface and absrct class

    can anyone tell me what is diff btwn abstract class and interface plzzzz

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    Default Re: difference between interface and absrct class

    What is an 'interface plzzzz'?

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    Default Re: difference between interface and abstarct class

    interface is fully unimplemented class and its create real world object by declaring set of operations of this object

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    Default Re: difference between interface and absrct class

    An interface is not a class. Did you check out the Java tutorials?

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