Super class for java Language

which is the super class for java Language...
this is an interview question .
I SAY Object is the super class for java Language ...
then he asked whether object class will extend ??
i say Yes it will implectly extend ...
then he whether each and every class will extend object
i say yes ...
then he asked multiple inheritance is possible in java ...
i say no ...
then how will say object class will extend in each and every class....
hai friends if there is any solution tell mem
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dhana

which is the super class for java Language...
this is an interview question .
I SAY Object is the super class for java Language
ge ...If you mean the ultimate parent of all classes, yes.
(Although it's not the parent of interfaces.)
then he asked whether object class will extend ??
i say Yes it will implectly extend ...Not sure what is meant by "will object extend."
then he whether each and every class will extend
object
i say yes ...Correct.
then he asked multiple inheritance is possible in
java ...
i say no ...Correct. At least in the usual sense. When people talk about multiple inheritance, the usually mean multiple inheritance of implementation, such as C++ supports. The ability to implement more than one interface in Java is sometimes referred to as multiple inheritance of interface. I don't know if that term is in common use outside of Java.
then how will say object class will extend in each
and every class....
hai friends if there is any solution tell memMultiple inheritance means that a class' ancestors are not all in a straight line to the ultimate parent. That is, not all ancestors are parents or children of each other.
You are you father's son, and he is his father's son, and so on. So your grandfather is your ancestor, and so is your father. This is not MI.
You also have a mother. She's neither an ancestor nor a descendant of your father. That's MI.

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