Is there any way of achieving this, or some way of achieving the same result in another way?
I basically have an abstract method in a class, which is of course also abstract. I have another class, however, in which I want to instantiate a copy of the previously mentioned abstract class, but I'm not allowed to do this due to the fact that the latter class is not abstract.
Any ways around this?
Does simply changing the class to an abstract one actually affect any implementation or is it just used as a means of implementing abstract methods?
Thanks for your time