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hi any body help me . regarding..
is compulsory to implement all the methods in interface? that i implement to my class? sorry for my poor english
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Yes, it is mandatory to implement all the methods in a class that implements an interface unless and until that class is an Abstract class.

Let's Make it Simple,

MSIL
You have two choices:

- implement every method required by the interface
or
- declare the missing methods abstract in your class. This forces you
to declare your class abstract and, as a result, forces you to
subclass the class (and implement the missing methods) before you
can create any objects.
   
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Correct, my 5, but you can also re-implement it without virtual.
--SA
Yes. It is. You wont be able to compile your code without at least providing the method stub in your class.
   
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Strictly speaking, this is true, my 5, but... there is one moment...
please see my answer.
--SA
Is is compulsory to ask questions like this one?

Each and every help page in interfaces will have an answer to this question.
However, one delicate moment is: if your implementing type is class and if this class is derived from some class where this interface is already implemented, you can re-implement only some of the interface members.

The ability to do this is one great benefit over C++ where implementing COM interfaces is some problem due to lack of this feature.

—SA
   
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Abhinav S 13-May-11 6:09am
   
5 - very useful. I did not know about this extra condition.
   
Thank you, Abhinav.
--SA
Wayne Gaylard 13-May-11 7:11am
   
That's useful to know. Thanks.
   
It is. Thank you, Wayne.
--SA

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