I have a fundamental doubt regarding Abstract Class &http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/javaqa/2001-04/03-qa-0420-abstract.html
What is their real benefit...whether we implement anYou mean the only benefit is by writing less code? :D
interface or extend an Abstract class we have to
write the code for the abstract method in the
concrete class.Then where the benefit remained....
And it is said that Abstract class provide defaultAn abstract class can have some concrete implementation in it. That is called the default behaviour because that's the behaviour when you don't override the implementation.
behaviour...what is the actual meaning of that?