hi all, The question I have is when I write an interface and declare a class init compiles well. Why is it so ? If it is ok to write so then in what situations do we write such a piece of code. Also how to access the members inside a class or the class, as we can only impement an interface , we cannot extend it.
Hi all, Thanks for the replies. I tried it out and it compiled fine,and I also used it in an example. I actually wanted to know the purpose of writing such code and are there any other implications. Anyway thanks all for replying.
Thanks and Regards Shashikant
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