SYSC_2004_F13_Lab_8

Mlye aaidmlye orymlye

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Unformatted text preview: ct methods: c l u a e a , mlye acltPy i S m A , and t S r n . For each of the three methods, you have to decide: saes otig ○ Should the method in E p o e remain abstract, and be implemented as a concrete mlye method in S l r e E p o e and H u l E p o e ? aaidmlye orymlye ○ Should the method in E p o e be changed to a concrete method and implemented in mlye E p o e , and inherited by S l r e E p o e and H u l E p o e ? mlye aaidmlye orymlye (Remember that to change an abstract method to a concrete method, you must delete a s r c from the method header, and replace the terminating '; with a complete btat ' method body.) ○ Should the method in E p o e be changed to a concrete method and implemented in mlye E p o e , and overridden in S l r e E p o e and H u l E p o e ? mlye aaidmlye orymlye ● In addition to the methods declared in E p o e , you must be able to call the following mlye method on a S l r e E p o e object: aaidmlye /* * *Stti epoe' ana slr t te e hs mlyes nul aay o h *seiidaon. pcfe mut * / pbi vi stnulaaydul slr) ulc od eAnaSlr(obe aay ● In addition to the methods declared in E p o e , you must be able to call the following mlye methods on an H u l E p o e object: orymlye /* * *St ti epoe' hul wg t teseiidwg. es hs mlyes ory ae...
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2013 for the course SYSC 2004 taught by Professor Baily during the Fall '11 term at Carleton CA.

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