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Abstract Class versus Interface

, 7 Jan 2008 CPOL
Abstract class versus Interface: Usage and Implementation.

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Rahman Mahmoodi
Software Developer
Australia Australia
Rahman has worked in different areas of Software System Development Life Cycle. He started working as Tester and then moved to application programming and web application programming.
 
At the moment his area of interest are .Net including ASP.Net/2, VB.net, C# and object oriented design using UML.
 
He has Bachelor of Computing with Distinction Grade.

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