pure virtual : Java Glossary


pure virtual
In C++ a pure virtual function is one defined as having a dummy implementation, the infamously goofball =0 syntax. This means you can’t instantiate any objects of this class because that method is deliberately undefined. You must override it in some subclass with a real definition. The Javanese way of doing this is to declare a method abstract.

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