What is the difference between Abstract class and Interface
Answered by Scott on 2005-05-12 10:03:06: An abstract class can contain non-abstract methods which do not have to be overridden in the subclass.
There is no difference between a fully abstract class (all methods declared as abstract and all fields are public static final) and an interface.
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