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Interface in C#

An interface is not a class. It is an entity that is defined by the word Interface. An interface has no implementation; it only has the signature or in other words, just the definition of the methods without the body.

Defining an Interface

interface interfaceName


 Differences between Interfaces and Abstract classes 

*An Interface cannot implement methods.
*An abstract class can implement methods. 

*An Interface can only inherit from another Interface.
*An abstract class can inherit from a class and one or more interfaces. 

*An Interface cannot contain fields.
*An abstract class can contain fields. 

*An Interface can contain property definitions.
*An abstract class can implement a property. 

*An Interface cannot contain constructors or destructors.
*An abstract class can contain constructors or destructors. 

*An Interface can be inherited from by structures.
*An abstract class cannot be inherited from by structures. 

*An Interface can support multiple inheritance.
*An abstract class cannot support multiple inheritance.


using System;

 namespace InterfaceConsoleApplication


    class Program : myInterface //Implement the interface


        static void Main(string[] args)


            Program p1 = new Program();

            p1.display(); //call the method


        //Give funtionality to method who declared in interface

        public void display()


            Console.WriteLine("Interface Method");



    //declare interface

    interface myInterface


        void display();



Output :-

Interface Method

In this example, I have created a interface myInterface using interface keyword and define a method named display().Class Program inherits the myInterface and give full definition to method display() and call by the Program class object p1.

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