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Hi All,

Dog 'Is-A' animal.
Dog 'Has-A' dog collar.

However, is there any determination of IS-A or HAS-A relationship when using Abstract Classes?



Q's:
- Does RoboDog 'Have-A' barkLoudness of 5?
- Does RoboDog 'Have-A' or 'IS-A' bark() ?
- What about Interface methods and static variables if RoboDog were to implement them? Would they be considered 'HAS-A' or 'IS-A'?

Links to articles would also be helpful please.

Thanks in advance,
Ehsan
 
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Does RoboDog 'Have-A' barkLoudness of 5?
- Does RoboDog 'Have-A' or 'IS-A' bark() ?


Ehsan, you are misinterpreting the IS A and HAS A relationship. They are not comparable with state and behaviour of Class.
Please have look at IS-A and HAS-A.



Here Dog extends Animal and Dog is an instance of Animal. This is IS-A relationship.



Here Dog has an instance of Collar class. This is HAS-A relationship.
 
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