Interface and implementation

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public class X {
  public void pub1( ) { /* . . . */ }
  public void pub2( ) { /* . . . */ }
  public void pub3(&nbsp;) { /* . . . */ } <p><tt>  private void priv1(&nbsp;) { /* . . . */ } </tt></p><p><tt>  private void priv2(&nbsp;) { /* . . . */ } </tt></p><p><tt>  private void priv3(&nbsp;) { /* . . . */ } </tt></p><p><tt>  private int i; </tt></p><p><tt>  // . . . </tt></p><p><tt>}</tt></p>



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