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Posted on 2008-06-10
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Hi - I am fairly new to c# having a background in c++.

Is it possible to use an interface as a return type for a function ie:
IAsyncResult BeginGetIndustryNews(Object sender, EventArgs e, AsyncCallback cb, object state)

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You bet.  IAsyncResult is used a lot with delegates and in the System.Threading namespace.  IEnumerable is another common one.
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yes
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by:anarki_jimbel
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Yes, of course. And easy way to check something like that is to create test method in VS and if compiler does not complain - it's OK :)
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thanks!
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