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The Interface Construct in C#

, 31 Oct 2007 220.5K 4.3K 168
Using interfaces as a means to decouple classes, making your application more flexible.


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Jakob Lanstorp
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I am working as a software developer for COWI Engineers and Planners since year 2000,

My main area of development is GIS (Geographical Information Systems) software using C# and Delphi with the mapping tools: MapXtreme 2004/MapBasic/MapInfo.

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