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Language: Java
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 3, 1999

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What 'abstract' does

When you declare a class as abstract, it cannot be instantiated. Only subclasses of an abstract class can be instantiated if they are not abstract themselves.

When you declare a method as abstract, that method is not implemented in the current class, i.e. it has no body

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