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Is a C# interface the same as a C++ abstract class?

  Shared By: Topaz Ramirez    Date: Jan 06    Category: C#    Views: 784

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No, not quite. An abstract class in C++ cannot be instantiated, but it can (and often does) contain implementation code and/or data members. A C# interface cannot contain any implementation code or data members - it is simply a group of method names & signatures. A C# interface is more like a COM interface than a C++ abstract class.

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