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Answer / chandan
yes,which class inherits the interface,there should be
definition for all methods fo interface
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Answer / vishal
Please ignore my previous response.
Whenever a class implements any interface, it has to
necessarily implement all the methods of the interface.
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Answer / sujai cn
If an interface is impemented by a class then all the
methods in interface has to be implemented , but if we use
an abstract class to imlplement the interface then some or
all of methods may not be implemented it has to be noted
that the in derived classes of this abstract class has to
implement the methods which are not implemented in the
abstract base class.
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Answer / vishal
Implementing an interface doesn't necessarily mean
implementing all methods of that interface.
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