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  Understanding Interfaces in .NET
Subject:   New Fangled Interfaces
Date:   2003-07-02 08:03:55
From:   anonymous2
".NET introduces the concept of an interface." - Are you drunk? Or perhaps you just meant "The new (.NET) versions of some languages, like VB.NET, now support interfaces"?
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  • New Fangled Interfaces
    2003-07-06 16:26:18  anonymous2 [View]

    Or to mention the fact that Java has had similar interfaces for nearly ten years. The idea of an interface is not new or revolutionary, and definately not introduced with .NET.
    • New Fangled Interfaces
      2005-01-27 09:30:56  Larutan [View]

      VB had interfaces before VB.NET. It didn't have the same look as it does in .NET when creating an Interface.

      (.NET lets you know its an interface)
      Interface
      .
      .
      .
      End Interface

      In old VB you just created a new class module (with only methods and properties). In fact that's why you were supposed to put an 'I' at the beginning of your interface name (COM standards). Otherwise it just looked like a regular class.