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C# / CSharp Tutorial » Class » Class Definition 
7.1.13.Implement multiple interfaces
using System;

interface Getter 
    int GetData()
}      
interface Setter 
    void SetData(int x)
}   

class MyData : Getter, Setter        
{
   int data; 
   public int GetData() { 
       return data; 
   }
   public void SetData(int x) { 
       data = x; 
   }
}

class MainClass
{
   static void Main()
   {
      MyData data = new MyData();

      data.SetData(5);
      Console.WriteLine("Value = {0}", data.GetData());
   }
}
Value = 5
7.1.Class Definition
7.1.1.Class Fundamentals
7.1.2.The General Form of a Class
7.1.3.A Simple Class showing class definition syntax
7.1.4.A simple, but complete, C# class.
7.1.5.A Simple Class with member fields and constrctor
7.1.6.Declare an object of type Building
7.1.7.Create two objects for one class
7.1.8.Copy a class
7.1.9.Encapsulation example
7.1.10.Class can contain class
7.1.11.Inherited member methods and fields
7.1.12.Reference to Base Class
7.1.13.Implement multiple interfaces
7.1.14.Extends class and implements interface
7.1.15.C# Accessibility Keywords
7.1.16.The modifiers can be applied to members of types, and have various uses.
7.1.17.Value Types: class vs struct
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