Java Program to Implement Multiple Inheritance

In this article, we will understand how to implement multiple inheritance. Java does not support multiple inheritance. This means that a class cannot extend more than one class, but we can still achieve the result using the keyword 'extends'.


Step 1 – START
Step 2 – Declare three classes namely Server, connection and my_test
Step 3 – Relate the classes with each other using 'extends' keyword
Step-4 – Call the objects of each class from a main function.
Step 5 – STOP

Example 1

class Server{
   void my_frontend(){
      System.out.println("Connection to frontend established successfully");}
   class Java extends Server{
      void my_backend(){
         System.out.println("Connection to backend established successfully");
   class connection extends Java{
      void my_database(){
         System.out.println("Connection to database established successfully");
   public class my_test{
      public static void main(String args[]){
         connection my_connection=new connection();


Connection to database established successfully
Connection to backend established successfully
Connection to frontend established successfully

Example 2

interface My_restaurents {
   void eat();
interface My_journey {
   void travel();
class Holiday implements My_restaurents, My_journey {
   public void eat() {
      System.out.println("I am trying this food");
   public void travel() {
      System.out.println("I am trying this route");
public class My_trip {
   public static void main(String args[]) {
      Holiday my_schedule = new Holiday();;;


I am trying this food
I am trying this route