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Trivial question about interfaces

Now, I'm aware that, by default, interfaces are final and static. static because they cannot be instantiated, and final because I can only declare constant variables within them. My questions are: - Do I need to explicitly declare "public final static interface", or I just declare "public interface" and it is set final and static implicitly? -If I do need to declare it explicitly, do I need to do that only if I want to have constant values within it, or in any case (e.g. interface with only functions) ?

9/1/2017 3:17:39 PM

Michael Vigato

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You don't have to do so. Take the following segment for example: public interface MyInterface { public String hello = "Hello"; public String bye = "Goodbye"; public void sayHello(); public void sayBye(); } This is a perfectly valid declaration of an interface. Cheers.

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You would not be able to as you can think of the line: public String hello = "Hello"; as public static final String hello = "Hello";

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So if I was willing to modify myInterface.hello, I would not be able, because that's final. right?

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Ok thank you guys, this has cleared up my mind ❤️