Java / Interface
Can a method inside a Interface be declared as final or static in Java?
No. An interface method can have only public, abstract, and static (from Java8) modifiers. final keyword is not allowed since it prevents overriding.
Prior to Java8, static methods in the interface was not allowed. With Java 8, interfaces can have static methods as well as instance methods. So static modifier can be used since Java8.
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