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Multiple Inheritance With Interfaces

, 13 Feb 2008
This articles talks about the clash situation where a function with the same name resides in two interfaces and one Derived class call it.
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ANURAG VISHNOI
Technical Lead SAP Labs India Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana, India
India India
I am a Sr. Software Developer in a well known MNC Software Company SAP Labs, located in Bangalore. Which is in National Capital Region of India. I have around 5 years of experience in C#.net technologies. I would like to read and write the articles related to Dot Net framework as well as Object Oriented Concepts.

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