How do you relate a Interface to a Class? Tell me in
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Answer / guest
IS-A RELATIONSHIP ?
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Answer / s.thirunavukarasu
with the help of implementing interface,we can relate a
interface to a class.
public void display();
class myprm implements firstone
public void disply()
system.out.println("welcome to java world");
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Answer / ranganathkini
A class relates to an interface, in that the class
implements all the methods of the interface.
The implementing class can eiether provide a concrete
implementation of the interface's methods or provide an
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Answer / ravikiran
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