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can we call a destructor of base class without calling destructor of derived class
using System;
class A
{
 public A()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Creating A");
 }
 ~A()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Destroying A");
 }
}
 
class B:A
{
 public B()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Creating B");
 }
 ~B()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Destroying B");
 }
 
}
class C:B
{
 public C()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Creating C");
 }
 
 ~C()
 {
  Console.WriteLine("Destroying C");
 }
}
class App
{
 public static void Main()
 {
  C c=new C();
  Console.WriteLine("Object Created ");
  Console.WriteLine("Press enter to Destroy it");
  Console.ReadLine();
  c=null;
  //GC.Collect();
  Console.Read();
 }
 
}

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Question by:Saini_Vikas
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Richard Lee earned 50 total points
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Calling the destructor of a derived class without calling the destructor of the base class would be incorrect. If a class is built from another house if you destroy it then everything should be destroyed.

If you want another behaviour then you need to consider other option of Object Oriented programming such as Aggregation or Composition.
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by:Saini_Vikas
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Hi ,
Please providesolution  with some satisfactory answer.
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50 points do not warrant that. Please ask the question and provide the person answering some incentive,
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