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Inheriting implementing c# abstract

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Hi,

I have the following class which has a number of properties.  I need to implement or inherit and apply the properties that are in the following class:

public abstract class MySettings
 
Visual studio always gives me an error when i do the following:

public class MyParam :  MySettings
    {

}
How would i inherit and apply my settings.

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by:dexterrajesh
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hi.. post the error message.. I don see any syntax error in ur code...
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Naman Goel earned 500 total points
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use something like this:

 
public abstract class MySettings  // Abstract class
{
   protected int x = 100; 
   protected int y = 150;
   public abstract void MyMethod();   // Abstract method

   public abstract int GetX   // Abstract property
   {
      get;
   }

   public abstract int GetY   // Abstract property
   {
      get;
   }
}

public class MyParam: MySettings
{
   public override void MyMethod() 
   {
      x++;
      y++;   
   }   

   public override int GetX   // overriding property
   {
      get 
      {
         return x+10;
      }
   }

   public override int GetY   // overriding property
   {
      get
      {
         return y+10;
      }
   }

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