Explain Abstract class in Java?

Dennis Sandoval
Dennis Sandoval

Posted On: Jan 07, 2021

 

A class that is declared using the “abstract” keyword is known as The abstract class. It can have abstract methods(methods without body) as well as concrete methods (regular methods with the body) whereas a normal class(non-abstract class) cannot have abstract methods. An abstract class can not be instantiated. It does not allow to create an object of it.

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