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|Definition=An abstract class supports the definition of rules, including other classes. Rules with a class as a key part (including properties, activities, flows, and data transforms) can apply to an abstract class. An abstract class can be inherited by subclasses of the abstract class and can be a child of a higher abstract class. a
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Abstract class,abstract class
An abstract class supports the definition of rules, including other classes. Rules with a class as a key part (including properties, activities, flows, and data transforms) can apply to an abstract class. An abstract class can be inherited by subclasses of the abstract class and can be a child of a higher abstract class.