Re: [ljc] Re: Defender Methods

From: Abraham Marín P.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 14, 2012 10:15 PM
This might be a silly question but... What's the difference between an interface with a default method and an abstract class with an implementation for that method?

Abraham Marín Pérez

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On 13 Aug 2012, at 05:35, Richard Warburton <[address removed]> wrote:

>> There's a one-question syntax survey asking about default methods in
>> Java SE 8, that the expert group has put out.  If people could fill it
>> in it would be quite helpful.  https://www.survey...­
> The results on this are in:
> https://www.survey...­
> regards,
>  Richard
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