An abstract class is one without any child classes.
An abstract class is any parent class with more than one child class
An abstract class is a class which has at least one abstract method which cannot be instantiated.
Is a "base class"
Is any method in an abstract class
Is a method which cannot be inherited
A method which is not implemented. The implementation for this method needs to be done in a non abstract class which extends this class.
Is a method in the child class that overrids a parent method
Yes - the child classes will inherit both
Yes - but the child classes do not inherit the abstract methods
No--it must have all abstract methods
No--it must have all one or the other
Not necessarily if the sub class is going to be declared abstract
Yes-an abstract parent must have abstract children
No--an abstract parent mu have no children at all
Yes --all children of an abstract parent must be non-abstract
A class with at least one abstract methods
A collection of abstract methods and constants
A super class with abstract method
A sub class with abstract method
An object which has abstract method
Multiple inheritance - polymorphism
Hiding under a different name
The feature of deciding which overridden method will be used at the run time of a prgram
Connecting the method and the parameters
Because of overridden method and the use of the appropriate method during execution
Because of overloaded methods
When formal parameters and actual parameters differ
The reference type of the object reference variable
The type of the object
The type of the class
The Type of the constructors
Variables, constants,abstract methods and non abstract methods
Abstract methods,constants,instance variables, implemented methods and one abstract method
Constants, implemented methods, variables, abstract methods, overridden methods
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