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Is it possible to instantiate the abstract class?

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Java Trainer with 19 years of IT experience

Use anonymous class. Example: For an abstract class AbstrClass. AbstrClass ac = new AbstrClass() { public void m1() { // code of abstract method m1. } } ;
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You cannot directly create the object of an abstract class... But you can create object reference of the abstract class
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Abstract classes cannot be instantiated - this is by definition and design. From the JLS, Chapter 8. Classes: A named class may be declared abstract ( 8.1.1.1) and must be declared abstract if it is incompletely implemented; such a class cannot be instantiated, but can be extended by subclasses.
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there is no possible to instantiate the abstract class
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No. 'Abstract' means incomplete. Abstract class is also an incomplete class. Only concrete classes can be instantiated.
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We cant instantiate the abstract class. but one we can create the object for the abstract class. using giving dummy implementations for unimplemented methods.
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7+ year of corporate Experience in Manual & Automation(Java + Selenium) Testing in IT industry

An abstract class is a class which have either an abstract method and a non-abstract method. When the method is abstract, then the class should be abstract. The abstract class have a constructor. An abstract class is an incomplete class. Hence we should extend to another class and provide body to unimplemented... read more

An abstract class is a class which have either an abstract method and a non-abstract method.

When the method is abstract, then the class should be abstract. The abstract class have a constructor.

An abstract class is an incomplete class. Hence we should extend to another class and provide body to unimplemented methods.

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No. You cann't instantiate the abstract class
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No, you are not creating the instance of your abstract class here. Rather you are creating an instance of an anonymous subclass of your abstract class. And then you are invoking the method on your abstract class reference pointing to subclass object.
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