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Properties:Virtual Properties

Properties:Virtual Properties

A Programmer's Introduction to C# (Second Edition)
by Eric Gunnerson

Publisher: Apress  L.P.
ISBN: 1-893115-62-3
// 18 - Properties\Virtual Properties
// copyright 2000 Eric Gunnerson
using System;

public abstract class DrawingObject
    public abstract string Name
class Circle: DrawingObject
    string name = "Circle";
    public override string Name

public class PropertiesVirtualProperties
    public static void Main()
        DrawingObject d = new Circle();
        Console.WriteLine("Name: {0}", d.Name);


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