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PRESTIGE CLASS
TPROTOCOLLAYER CLASS 151
PERMISSION CLASS
EXTENSION CLASS
TRIPLE DATA ENCRYPTION STANDARD ALGORITHMS
SINGLE BASE CLASS
ABSTRACT BASE CLASS
IMPLEMENTING
TRANSITIVE
PROGRAMMER
SYMMETRIC ALGORITHMS
HTTPSERVLET CLASS
OBJECTS
OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
SERVLETS
PIPELINE
DSA
ABSTRACTS
LANG
SUBCLASS
HTTPSERVLET
INHERITANCE
CLASSES
CLASS
IMPLEMENTATION
IMPLEMENTATIONS
BASE CLASS
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Definitions

  1. A base class is a generalization of a derived class, and a derived class is a specialization of a base class.
  2. The base class is not abstract. (Web site)

Prestige Class

  1. Note that in Dark World, the blackguard is a base class instead of a prestige class.

Tprotocollayer Class 151

  1. The TProtocolLayer class 151 serves as a base class for all the layers of a protocol implementation. (Web site)

Permission Class

  1. The java.security.Permission class serves as the base class of all 1.2 permission-related classes.

Extension Class

  1. Comprises a base class which performs all the pdf creation, and an extension class (ezPdf) to allow simple document creation.

Triple Data Encryption Standard Algorithms

  1. Represents the base class for Triple Data Encryption Standard algorithms from which all TripleDES implementations must derive.

Single Base Class

  1. In PHP an extended class is always dependent on a single base class, that is, multiple inheritance is not supported. (Web site)

Abstract Base Class

  1. DeriveBytes Represents the abstract base class from which all classes that derive byte sequences of a specified length inherit. (Web site)

Implementing

  1. Objects differing slightly in functionality are composed of smaller objects rather than implementing most of the functionality in a common base class.

Transitive

  1. A model is called transitive when it is standard and the base class is a transitive class of sets. (Web site)

Programmer

  1. Having a base class as a common abstraction allows a programmer to treat related classes in a similar manner. (Web site)

Symmetric Algorithms

  1. SymmetricAlgorithm Represents the abstract base class from which all implementations of symmetric algorithms must inherit. (Web site)

Httpservlet Class

  1. The HttpServlet class implements the Servlet interface by extending the GenericServlet base class, and provides a framework for handling the HTTP protocol. (Web site)

Objects

  1. Polymorphism allows objects with a common base class or interface to be treated in a similar fashion.

Object-Oriented Programming

  1. In object-oriented programming, a CallSuper is a base class that has the requirement to call into the parent class to complete its work. (Web site)

Servlets

  1. As their name implies, you write Java Servlets in Java and usually extend the HttpServlet class, which is the base class from which you create all Servlets. (Web site)

Pipeline

  1. The oracle.xml.pipeline.controller.Process class is the base class for all pipeline process definitions. (Web site)

Dsa

  1. DSA Represents the abstract base class from which all implementations of the Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) must inherit.

Abstracts

  1. JspContext JspContext serves as the base class for the PageContext class and abstracts all information that is not specific to servlets. (Web site)

Lang

  1. This process continues until the constrcutor for java.lang.Object is called, as java.lang.Object is the base class for all objects in java.

Subclass

  1. Next, a Visual Basic.NET class is declared as a subclass of the Base class. (Web site)

Httpservlet

  1. To implement a servlet that handles HTTP requests, you extend a base class, HttpServlet, provided by the container implementation.

Inheritance

  1. An object-oriented system supports inheritance, allowing classes to share common behaviors by inheriting them from an ancestor or base class.
  2. Aside from syntactical differences, the basic difference between the two forms of inheritance is the amount of functionality implemented in the base class.
  3. Inheritance has two forms: a concrete class and an abstract base class or interface inheritance.

Classes

  1. The SAAJ API has the interface Node, which is the base class for all the classes and interfaces that represent XML elements in a SOAP message.
  2. The classes in the oracle.xml.pipeline.processes package extend this base class. (Web site)
  3. Throwable serves as the base class for an entire family of classes, declared in java.lang, that your program can instantiate and throw. (Web site)

Class

  1. An invocation of the method would supply a functor object of a class derived from this base class (implementing the interface in Java).
  2. Originally, Objective-C based programming environments typically offered an Object class as the base class from which almost all other classes inherited. (Web site)
  3. Interfaces A Java class can implement zero or more interfaces in addition to inheriting from a single base class. (Web site)

Implementation

  1. As with symmetric algorithms, the implementation of each hashing algorithm is derived from a base class, in this case, HashingAlgorithm. (Web site)
  2. This occurs, for example, when an implementation of a virtual method wishes to call the implementation supplied by its base class. (Web site)
  3. Mono is an implementation of the CLI and portions of the.NET Base Class Library (BCL), and provides additional functionality. (Web site)

Implementations

  1. Rijndael Represents the base class from which all implementations of the Rijndael symmetric encryption algorithm must inherit. (Web site)
  2. RC2 Represents the base class from which all implementations of the RC2 algorithm must derive.
  3. Represents the base class from which all implementations of the RSA algorithm inherit.

Base Class

  1. The Object class serves as the base class for all class definitions in ActionScript. (Web site)
  2. Using inheritance causes the derived class to rely on the internals of a base class which may be out of the control of the developer. (Web site)
  3. Represents the base class for the Data Encryption Standard (DES) algorithm from which all DES implementations must derive.

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  5. Inheritance
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