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  1. I have just been reading up on topics of OOP in general and although I've used things similar to Interfaces and Abstract classes in LabVIEW, I didn't realize I was doing it. Due to differences between different text based OOP languages and LVOOP I was just wondering if I could get some of you to speak to these two concepts, whether they both really pertain to LVOOP, and possibly provide some actual examples (not just vehicle, shape, cookie cutter examples, but something I'd actually use) of when you'd define an interface vs an abstract class? I'm basically just looking for general information to help strengthen my understanding of these concepts, and most, if not all, examples out there are text based. While I can figure them out, it's much more time consuming, still leaves me with some grey area, and my brain tends to understand LabVIEW much better in the first place.
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