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can anonymous inner class implement an interface ?

 
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this was one of the right answers in the javacaps exam.
please help!
 
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Yes, anonymous can implements or extends.
 
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Yes, An Anonymous Class can implement an interface.
aMethod(new ActionListener(){}); you are really saying anonymous class implements ActionListener.
 
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thanks for the replies !!

i understand that implicitly subclassing or implemenation is taking place --- but i know that we are not allowed to use the 'implements' or 'extends' keywords when declaring an anonymous class ... right?
keeping that in mind dont you think that the questions wording was incorrect ?
 
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