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Questions related to teaching about interfaces in the object oriented paradigm. A class implementing an interface is considered to have "signed a contract", which ensures that has methods described in the interface. DO NOT use this tag to ask about interfaces in general, OR about user interface.

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bash the zombie's brains out (That rules out pillows and such) -It doesn't matter whether you get a baseball bat or a hammer - as long as it implements your three conditions, you're good. To sum it up: When you write an interface, you're basically saying: "I need something that..." …
answered Oct 13 '18 by cryptic_star