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Thread: Error that this class has not inherited a abstract method I created

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    Default Error that this class has not inherited a abstract method I created

    Error: The type Estimation must implement the inherited abstract method Step.forwardit(int, String, String, String)

    How do I find out the list of abstract methods attached. Where do I find this in Eclipse?


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    Default Re: Error that this class has not inherited a abstract method I created

    You look at the class you're attempting to inherit or the documentation for that class.
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    Default Re: Error that this class has not inherited a abstract method I created

    In your your class you can "Right click, choose Source and then Override/Implement Methods..."

    This will show you a box with the methods you have to implement preselected for you.

    You can also having your class open, click the name of the class and then Ctrl+1, this will bring up a little dialog where you can select "Add unimplemented methods"

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