Java Programming Tutorial – 58 – Abstract and Concrete Classes

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32 thoughts on “Java Programming Tutorial – 58 – Abstract and Concrete Classes

  1. Hello,
    You explained in this video that we can create objects from any concrete class. I've never seen a class declared as concrete so my question, is there a case where we will need to declare the case as concrete? I'm assuming it's implied by default as concrete. Thanks!

  2. But why would I make an abstract class with a non abstract method. Also I thought an abstract class MUST contain at least one abstract method. could be wrong on that though

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