Chapter 12. Inheritance

Inheritance is the feature that enables you to design classes that derive from simpler classes, known as base classes. Derived classes implement members defined within the base class and have the possibility of defining new members or of redefining inherited members. Members that a derived class inherits from the base one can be methods, properties, and fields, but such members must have Public, Protected ...

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