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    Default Abstract

    i want to abstract my abstract class to other class e.g..
    abstract class Human
    {
    String sound;
    abstract void makeSoud();
    }
    abstract class Europian extends Human
    {
    abstract void makeTone();
    }
    class Spanish extends Europian
    {
    void makeTone()
    {
    System.out.println("Voukhu");
    }
    }
    is this is possible or not!i can;t do that!pliz


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    Default Re: Abstract

    Do you get compiler errors? Please post them here.

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    Its not possible at all. Your Spanish class is not abstract class and none of the class in hierarchy is providing the implementation for makeSoud() method.

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