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Is Object Class, the Root of all Hierarchies?


Prashanth has informed us of an interesting fact about the .Net framework. Despite Microsoft's claims, Prashanth explains that maybe not every class is inherited from the Object class.

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By: C. Prashanth
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April 02, 2003
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  1. · Is Object Class, the Root of all Hierarchies?
  2. · The Article
  3. · Conclusion

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This might come as a surprise for many, to see me doubting the information presented in almost all of the .NET books available and even the MSDN library, but as we delve deeper into this topic, you will find yourself in the same predicament as I am now.

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