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Abstract classes and methods in C#

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A Detailed Analysis of Abstract classes and methods in C#

Introduction

A detailed analysis of Abstract classes and methods in C# with some concrete examples.

The keyword abstract can be used with both classes and methods in C# to declare them as abstract.

The classes, which we can't initialize, are known as abstract classes. They provide only partial implementations. But another class can inherit from an abstract class and can create their instances. You need to mark class members that have no implementation with the abstract modifier. ou also need to label a class containing such members as abstract. A class with abstract members cannot be instantiated with the new operator. You can derive both abstract and non-abstract classes from an abstract base class. Interfaces are implicitly abstract.

They cannot be instantiated, and must be implemented by a non-abstract class. Therefore, you cannot mark interfaces and their members as abstract. You may not combine the abstract modifier with the other inheritance modifier, final. You may not combine either of these inheritance modifiers (abstract and final) with the static modifier.

See the below examples,

Example 1

namespace Abstract
{
 /// <span class="code-SummaryComment"><summary>
</span>
namespace Abstract2
{
 /// <span class="code-SummaryComment"><summary>
</span>

For more examples, please see the attachment.

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It is an inherent passion for Analytical applications that inspired me to study Physics at the graduate level. During these 3 years I was trained in systematic analysis of physical data and application of Mathematics and in due course of time this passion got transformed into an abiding interest towards automation. This motivated me to go for a higher level application oriented program in Software Development. During the last 6+ years I have enriched myself considerably well by working on various projects which really fine tuned my technical skills. I look forward to put into productive use the knowledge gained / insights developed and at the same time continue to learn enhancing my caliber and pursue a career of excellence, rooted in professional ethics, in the field of Software Development.

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