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What kind of Inheritance does PHP support?

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What kind of Inheritance does PHP support?
posted May 12, 2014 by Rahul Mahajan

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PHP supports single-level and multi-level inheritance.
In PHP A class can be inherited from only one parent, but a class may have multiple children.

answer May 12, 2014 by anonymous
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PHP supports single-level and multi-level inheritance.
In PHP A class can be inherited from only one parent, but a class may have multiple children. Read more at: http://tech.queryhome.com/43496/what-kind-of-inheritance-does-php-support#.U3ZrC3bm0xw

answer May 16, 2014 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay
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