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Is auto apply a character stronger than class-based polymorphism?
I understand both methods of having your object be both a Car and a Truck. Polymorphism would be to have a CatCarCar and a MoDogDogDog, and implement the methods in those classes. Alternatively, you could apply the Car and Truck behavior (lets call it ‘auto-apply’) on a CatTruckCat object, which would throw some of the polymorphism methods away, and then they would be overridden with Cat behavior.
If I was going to implement this on a project, I would likely choose the second option as it would give me a lot more flexibility. However, I have been wondering if it would be a bad idea to have all the polymorphic methods (like onCreate(), onStart(), etc) be completely implemented in the parent CatTruckCat class, and then the auto-apply would just be an inherited method, like ‘onCreate()’ or ‘onStart()’.
I wanted to know if there was a reason to choose one over the other, and if I am just downplaying the usefulness of each of them.
As others have said, the primary difference between auto-apply and full polymorphism is in the implementation. When the base class has no