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My opinion: Because multiple inheritance brings some problems to the langauge and its easier to go with single line inheritance and multiple interfaces. As an example I would mention C++ that supports multiple inheritance but has no interfaces. Because of this sometimes it occurs that you are forced to use virtual inheritance that usually isn't a clean solution compared to single line inheritance + interfaces. My experience is that virtual inheritance is avoided in C++ whenever possible because noone likes it. Besides that multiple inheritance can come handy but doesn't add more than the single line inheritance+interfaces solution that is automatically immune to virtual inheritance problems. Google "virtual inheritance" to find out more about this problem.
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