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Figure _____________ Dim1 :double Dim2:double +Figure() +Area():double

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  1. Motivation Figure _____________ Dim1 :double Dim2:double +Figure() +Area():double Rectangle _____________ +Rectangle() +Area():double Triangle _____________ +Triangle() +Area():double

  2. Abstract Classes • An abstract class is a class that can have abstract methods (i.e a method with only heading with no body of executable statements) • We can not create an object of abstract classes i.e abstract class objects can not be instantiated • An abstract class needs to be extended by sub classes to provide the implementation for the abstract methods. • Abstract classes may contain static methods • abstract and static keyword combination is wrong • abstract static void print(); wrong • Abstract classes may extend either another abstract class or concrete class • Abstract classes may include constructors, nested classes and interfaces 8. Abstract classes has either public, protected, private or package accessibility

  3. Abstract Classes • Syntax : abstract class <classname> { ........................... abstract <return type> methodname(<parameter List>); abstract <return type> methodname(<parameter List>); } Note: • Abstract class can have one or more abstract methods • Abstract classes may extend another class , implements another interface , may have concrete methods

  4. Example 1 abstract class A { public int show() { System.out.println("Class A"); return 0; } // End of show() Method } What’s wrong with the code No Error Code will compile successfully

  5. abstract class A { public int show() { System.out.println("Class A"); return 0; } } class sample { public static void main(String args[]) { A a1 = new A(); } } Example 2 What’s wrong with the code sample.java:14: A is abstract; cannot be instantiated A a1 = new A(); ^

  6. abstract class A { public int show() { System.out.println("Class A"); return 0; } void print(); } // End of class A Example 3 What’s wrong with the code sample.java:8: missing method body, or declare abstract void print(); ^ 1 error abstract class A { public int show() { System.out.println("Class A"); return 0; } abstract void print(); } // End of class A

  7. EXAMPLES ABSTRACT CLASS <<abstract>> ACCOUNT CHECKING SAVING

  8. abstract class Account { private String name; private String actno; private double balance; private String addr; // Overloaded Constructors Account(String n,String a) { name = n; actno= a; balance = 0.0; } Account(String n,String a,double b) { name = n; actno= a; balance = b; } // Accessor Methods String getName() { return name;} String getactno() { return actno;} double getbalance() { return balance;} // Mutator Method only for balance void setbalance(double amount) { this.balance = amount;} void showAccountDetails() { System.out.println("Name :"+this.getName()); System.out.println("Account No :"+this.getactno()); System.out.println("Balance :"+this.getbalance()); } // provide abstract methods abstract double withdraw(double amount); abstract void deposit(double amount); } // END OF Account CLASS

  9. class Saving extends Account { Saving(String n,String a) { super(n,a); System.out.println("Saving Account Created"); showAccountDetails(); } Saving(String n,String a,double b) { super(n,a,b); System.out.println("Saving Account Created"); System.out.println("Name :"+this.getName()); System.out.println("Account No :"+this.getactno()); System.out.println("Balance :"+this.getbalance()); showAccountDetails(); }

  10. double withdraw(double amount) { /* if( balance == 0) return 0.0; if( balance < amount ) return 0.0; balance = balance - amount; */ if(this.getbalance() == 0) return 0.0; if(this.getbalance() < amount ) return 0.0; setbalance(getbalance() - amount); return amount; } void deposit(double amount) { setbalance(getbalance() + amount); return ; } }//end of Saving class

  11. class Checking extends Account { Checking(String n,String a,double b) { super(n,a,b); System.out.println("Checking Account Created"); showAccountDetails(); } double withdraw(double amount) { /* if( balance - 100 == 0) return 0.0; if( balance -100 < amount ) return 0.0; balance = balance - amount - 100; */ if(this.getbalance() - 100 == 0) return 0.0; if(this.getbalance() - 100 < amount ) return 0.0; setbalance(this.getbalance() - amount); return amount; } void deposit(double amount) { setbalance(this.getbalance() + 0.9 * amount) ; return ; } }//end of Checking class

  12. class AccountTest { public static void main(String args[]) { Checking c1 = new Checking("Rahul Sharma","C106726",100000); Checking c2 = new Checking("Raman Kumar","C106727",100000); Saving s1 = new Saving("Kumar Sharma","S106726",100000); Saving s2 = new Saving("Mohan Lal","S106727"); c1.withdraw(2000); c1.showAccountDetails(); c2.deposit(10000); c2.showAccountDetails(); s1.deposit(900); s1.showAccountDetails(); s2.withdraw(400); s2.showAccountDetails(); } }