My abstract base class implements an interface and a method like so:
public interface IFoo
public abstract class Foo : IFoo
public virtual void Bar()
throw new NotImplementedException();
Since the base class has no default implementation of this method and I can't make the method abstract, is it reasonable to let the base implementation throw or should it just return? What is the common approach to this? Thanks!
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