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Questionmultiple inheritance Pinmemberron0123427-Feb-13 22:59 
i have a scenario as follow:
 
public class A : class B
{
public SomeMethodA()
{
//.... do some logics here
SomeMethodB();
}
 
private SomeMethodB()
{
//.... do some logics here
}
 
}
 
class B : class C
class X : class Y
{
public SomeMethodA()
{
//.... do some logics here
SomeMethodB();
}
 
private SomeMethodB()
{
//.... do some logics here
}
}
 
class Y : class Z
class A has the exact same method as class X does. Now the question is: How do I combine this method in centralised so that my code has DRY (don't repeat yourself) without modifying/touching class Y, Z and class B, C? Class B, C, Y, and Z are our legacy code and we are NOT trying to alter/modify these classes.
 
any thoughts?
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