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K&B Doubt Inner Classes

 
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page 668

An anonymous inner class can extend exactly one class or implement exactly one interface


From JLS:

A class necessarily implements all the interfaces that its direct superclasses and direct superinterfaces do.


[ May 30, 2007: Message edited by: Sasha Ruehmkorf ]
 
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this is meant as: extends or implements _directly_ only one class or interface
 
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Yep, I think so. But as it is the answer to a question in the selftest, where "can implement multiple interfaces" was considered wrong, I thought I should report it.
 
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