Java supports multiple inheritance

Skill/Topic: Inheritance
A) True
B) False

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  • Jan 17th, 2006

it doesn't support,b'coz to avoid the confusion about the parent class

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java does not support multiple inheritance.if we see interfaces it seems that it inheritance is deriving of characteristics. we are providing the characteristics to the interfaces that are implemented in a class but not deriving of characteristics

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  • Aug 16th, 2006

java doesnot support multiple inheritance .but it support multiple interface.

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  • Jan 6th, 2007

no java does not supports multiple interface because of class name conflict.

It is implemented through Interfaces.

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  • Jul 9th, 2007

No, Java doesn't support multiple inheritance directly, but java does multiple inheritance through the help of his interface. Because interface doesn't have any body implementation, its all left to the child class which implements this.So by this it support multiple inheritance.

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