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Lucene Revolution 2012 Stats and Opening Presentation

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Paul Doscher, the CTO Lucid Imagination, looks at the stats for this year's Lucene Revolution conference and gives an overview of what's new at Lucid Imagination.


Daniel Slazer replied on Tue, 2012/06/12 - 12:37pm

"Base class object is also get created "
No, You just invoke the parent class 's constructor because SubClass is inherited from BaseClass.
In your TestInheritance Class ,there is only a BaseClass reference (not object) ,you can invoke the method() ,
but it is not from BaseClass ,it is from SubClass(you create an object of SubClass).

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