Not All Interfaces are Built the Same
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by Stephen Rylander
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We now have a good abstract class, which behaves as a well defined interface, plus when it comes time to substitute in another class of the same type, we have a lot of the plumbing already there.  If we had used an interface it would mean we would have to rewrite a lot more code.  This minimized our code creation and maintenance, but still keeps us in good object hierarchy.


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