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Which of the following lines will compile when added to the Child class
without making any other changes.
public class Child {
void test() {
System.out.println("Child.test()");
}
}
Select all valid answers.

a) abstract void test_a (int i);
b) abstract void test_b (int i) { };
c) abstract void test ();
d) final void test_d (int i);
e) native void test_e (int i);
f) private abstract void test_f(int i);

The answer given is e)
Whats wrong with d)
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The problem with d is that there is no method definition. The answer is e. Since e is declared native, no method definition is needed.
 
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