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To expand on stevekeiretsu's answer, "abstract" needs a subject, and with your current wording, the only one available is the interrogative pronoun "what". That leaves "to" without an object. And you're a bit ambiguous whether you're abstracting the number of apples or the apples themselves. The former can be handled just with the existing object type of ...


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Grammatically speaking - the verb needs a subject. What Java object type would you abstract the number of apples to? Alternatively you can put it in the passive voice: What Java object type would the number of apples be abstracted to? On more of a technical level, I probably wouldn't use abstract for assigning a simple count of the number of objects, ...


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