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194. Creating a sub class using Eclipse IDE options







In order to create a sub class for any Class, we have to write the following code manually as shown below -

public class SubClass extends SuperClass
{


}

Instead we can use the Eclipse IDE options to order to create a sub class for super class without writing the code manually. In order to understand how to use Eclipse IDE options to create a sub class, please following the below steps on Eclipse IDE.

Lets implement this on Eclipse IDE -

1. Launch Eclipse IDE, create a Java Project 'Project 27' as shown below -


2. Create a Java Class 'SuperClass' as shown below -



3. Lets create a sub class for the above created class 'SuperClass' using Eclipse IDE options by following the below steps.

4. Right click on the Java Project 'Project 27' and select 'New' -> 'Class' option as shown below -


5. In the 'New Java Class' dialog, enter 'SubClass' into the 'Name' field as shown below -


6. Enter the Class Name of the Class created in the above step #2 i.e. 'SuperClass' into the 'Superclass' field as shown below -



7. Click on 'Finish' button on the dialog as shown below -



8. Observe that the sub class inheriting super class code got generated automatically as shown below -







Please comment below to feedback or ask questions.

Java Literals will be explained in the next post.





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