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Ch10_Questions - C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to...

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C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design , 2nd edition ISBN 1423901460 Chapter 10 1. c. . inheritance 2. d. encapsulation 3. a. overriding 4. d. .dll 5. a. inheritance 6. e. object 7. d. all of the above 8. e. protected 9. d. public, private, public 10 a. virtual 11. d. assemblies 12. a. each project must consist of code in one language only 13. c. add a using directive 14. e. abstract class Doyle: C#, 2nd edition ISBN 1423901460    Page 1-1
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15. d. one, many 16. e. all of the above 17. b. abstract methods 18. b. Abstraction 19. d. partial classes 20. e. all of the above 21. Explain the difference between an overloaded and an overridden method. Give an example of each. Overridden methods must have exactly the same signature as the method it is overriding. New functionality is normally defined with overridden methods. Overloaded methods must have a different signature than others with the same name. Each of the different overloaded methods must have a different number and/
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