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Thread: Can a method be an abstract method without specifically declaring it is abstract?

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    Default Can a method be an abstract method without specifically declaring it is abstract?

    An abstract method is a method that has no body. If a method was declared as public Push push(); within an abstract class would it be abstract because it has no body?


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    Default Re: Can a method be an abstract method without specifically declaring it is abstract?

    What does the compiler say?

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