In this article we've looked at the purpose of interfaces and how one can implement an interface in their own .NET applications. However, you must remember that the concept of interfaces is common throughout a lot of object oriented programming languages. They exist in C++ and Java.
Hopefully this article has helped you in learning about OOP in a little more depth, as well as helping you to create better applications in .NET, particularly with the powerful C# language.
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