I'm coming out of an interview just now and the interviewer asked me if a Java interface can "extend" more than one interfaces. I was thinking multiple inheritance is disallowed in java so got that ...
If you have a class which inherits from two distinct classes, does not this mean that your subclass automatically does (at least) 2 things, one from each superclass? I believe there is no difference ...
I was going through "Object Oriented Modelling and Design" by James Rumbaugh et al and it said that in languages where multiple inheritance is not supported like Java three mechanisms can be used as ...
What are the consequences of allowing multiple inheritance in a programming language? Why does multiple inheritance tend to violate the very essence of OOP? Is that what differentiates a pure OOP ...