C# Interfaces

C# Code Snippets Interfaces
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In this code snippet, we will take a look at interfaces in C#.

When I was first learning about interfaces I was given this analogy: “Interfaces are like contracts that specify what a class has to implement”. When a class uses an interface it must implement everything that the interface specifies.

Interfaces are very similar to abstract classes. But a class can only inherit from one other class meanwhile it can implement multiple interfaces. When naming an interface the convention is to start the name with I.

Interfaces can contain: events, indexers, methods, properties

Interfaces can’t contain: constants, types, fields, constructors, operators, finalizers

Let’s have a look at the code below to see how to make an interface.

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