ABAP Objects: Inheritance, Composition, and Polymorphism
written by James Wood, Joseph Rupert
2016-11, ISBN 978-1-4932-1475-4
From the book: Object-Oriented Programming with ABAP Objects
- Learn about the rules that govern inheritance relationships between classes
- Use inheritance and composition to extend the use of classes in ABAP Objects
- Redefine methods for derived classes through polymorphism
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