9. Well-Formed Types
The previous chapters covered most of the constructs for defining classes and structs. However, several details remain concerning rounding out the type definition with fit-and-finish-type functionality. This chapter introduces how to put the final touches on a type declaration.
Overriding object Members
Chapter 6 discussed how all classes and structs derive from
object. In addition, it reviewed each method available on
object and discussed how some of them are virtual. This section discusses the details concerning overriding the virtual methods.
By default, calling
ToString() on any object will return ...
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