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How can i access abstract class method, within non abstract class. ??Because it's not possible to create the object for abtract class within non abstract class.
 
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Call the method on an implementing class. For example:
 
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public abstract class AbstractFoo {
public abstract void doSomething();
public int getTest(){
....
return i;
}
}

I want to access this non abstract getTest() method within Test class. How can i do that?
 
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If you inherit a abstract class. Then all the non abstracts public & protected members are available to the subclass and the abstract methods are to be implemented in it.
 
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as i know, you can do it with 2 ways:
1. you must instantiate the subclass of the abstract class
2. or declare the method 'static', so you can access it via abstract class directly (without instantiate it)

hope that help
 
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