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GuyThiebaut8-Mar-13 3:28
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You are correct, although I am not Mr Christopher I am Mr Guy Wink | ;)

The interface declares the methods you will be implementing such as print, add line, page header, page footer etc.

The abstract class then implements these methods but cannot be instantiated - so you then create classes that use the abstract class as their base class overriding the add line etc methods.

Does that make sense to you?
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modified 8-Mar-13 9:41am.

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