What is Inheritance, Multiple Inheritance, Shared and
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Answer / srinivas
Inheritence is the mechanisum by which one obj aquiers the
properties of another object .By which we can achhive the
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The mechanism of deriving a new class from an old one is
called inheritance.the old ones is called the base class
and the new one is called the derived or sub class.
MULTIPLE INHERIENCE:one depived class from many base class
is reffered to MI.
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Answer / vidhya alphonse
Inheritence is defined as the mechanism of deriving a new
class from an already existing class.The class from which
new class derived is called parent or bae class and the
derived one is called derived class.The new derived class
will have the characteristics of its own and the base class.
The main purpose of using inhertence concept is that
nothing but the reusability of code.Muliple inheritence
means deriving a new class from one or more base class.
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Answer / himanshu
Inheritance in java is actually using existing classes or interfaces to make our one useful class or interface..it's main purpose is code reuse..a major concept in Object oriented programming!!
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