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Query in abstract classes and interfaces.

 
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Please take a look at this code.

interface I1 {
public void add();
public void subtract();
}

abstract class AbstractFourOne {
abstract public void add();

public void subtract() {
System.out.println("Subtract from abstract class...");
}

static public void printIt() {
System.out.println("Printed");
}
}

public class Four extends AbstractFourOne implements I1{

public void add() {
System.out.println("Add");
}
/*
public void subtract() {
System.out.println("Subtract");
}
*/
public static void main(String[] args) {
new Four().add();
new Four().subtract();
AbstractFourOne.printIt();
}
}

This code neither gives a compile time error nor a run time exception. Instead it shows the output:
Add
Subtract from abstract class...
Printed

Why doesn't it as for implementation code for the subtract method of the I1 interface although there is no relationship between I1 and AbstractFourOne.
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