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Answer / pranab dutta
An Abstract class serves as a template, so it must be
extended /subclassed. It contains a static data. It means a
class that is abstract may not be instantiated and its
constructor can?t be called. A class may be declared
abstract even if it has no abstract methods that prevents
it from being instantiated.
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Answer / guest
Abstract class: U cannot instantiate an object of Abstract
class.An abstract class should having atleast one abstract
methoda and it should not final.
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Answer / shan
An abstrct class is a class which contains special property
than ordinary class.
An abstarct class contains atleast one abstract method
which will be left to its subclass to implement.
An abstract class defines some common properties to its
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Answer / janet
An abstract class is a class designed with implementation
gaps for subclasses to fill in and is deliberately
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abstract class is an incomplete class which contains incomplete and complete methods.
incomplete methods contains only the declaration and ended with semicolon (; )
To access the incomplete methods we need create a concrete class with the help of extends keyword.
In concrete class there will be method definitions for incomplete methods.
abstract class is known as superclass and concrete class as subclass.
In concrete class we can create the object and we can call the incomplete methods and execute the program.
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Answer / ms
an abstract class is one which only gives the body of the
class containing the methods with out any
implementation.the abstract methods and the abstract
objects cannot be instantiated
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