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QuestionDesign Question PinmemberTheGermoz15-Nov-12 17:31 
AnswerRe: Design Question PinmentorDaveyM6915-Nov-12 19:31 
You should only use a base class where you want the exact same implementation in all derived classes.
 
A an interface is a contract (no implementation unlike an abstract class) I don't really see the problem. This works just fine:
public interface I1
{
    void A();
    void B();
}
public interface I2
{
    void A();
    void B();
    void C();
    void D();
}
public class ClassA : I1, I2
{
    public void A()
    { }
    public void B()
    { }
    public void C()
    { }
    public void D()
    { }
}
If you want differing implementations of A and B depending on whether usin I1 or I2 then use explicit declaration:
public class ClassA2 : I1, I2
{
    void I1.A()
    { }
    void I2.A()
    { }
    void I1.B()
    { }
    void I2.B()
    { }
    public void C()
    { }
    public void D()
    { }
}
You will now need to cast the instance to either I1 or I2 to have access to methods A or B, but you can mix it up and provide the default implementation:
public class ClassA2 : I1, I2
{
    public void A()
    {
        (this as I1).A();
    }
    public void B()
    {
        (this as I1).B();
    }
    void I1.A()
    { }
    void I2.A()
    { }
    void I1.B()
    { }
    void I2.B()
    { }
    public void C()
    { }
    public void D()
    { }
}
Dave

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