Object Concepts and Terminology-2

Storing a subclass in a variable designed for its

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Unformatted text preview: olymorphism: •  Allows a common interface even when objects are of varied types •  Subclasses can be treated as if they were instances of the parent class, even when they are not •  Generic code of the parent class can be shared and extended to include detailed behavior of the child classes •  If you have to know the class type before implement a behavior, it’s not polymorphism Meta InformaDon and CasDng InformaDon about an Object’s Type Java creates a generic...
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