What is wrong in the following class definitions? 
abstract class print { 
abstract show();
class Display extends print {

A. Nothing is wrong

B. Wrong Method show() should have a return type

C. Wrong Methods show() is not implemented in Display

D. Wrong Display does not contain any members.

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