suppose take one ex: Baby is a child class is extending from Cow class and Dog class, and both Cow and Dog classes are having the same method that is walk() . If Baby class calls walk() method, jvm raises the problems... So these types of problems may occure while working with MI. But these problems are avoided using Interfaces...
Reading this site helped me understand a lot, also seems to be an issue with the diamond problem when multiple inheritance is allowed:
as James Gosling said that some C++ features like this is purposefully removed to keep Java simple. Anohter reason is Diamon pattern problem. Why Java does not support multiple Inheritance
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