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    Why/Where would you choose an Abstract Class instead of an Interface ?


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    Default Re: abstract VS interface

    This sounds like a homework question.

    What do you think the answer is? How do you define each? What do the tutorials say about each? Can you come up with an example of how you would use each?
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