Tag:Derived Class

  • Members of class


    1、 Members of the sub category As we mentioned before, the class is roughly divided into two areas, as shown in the following figure: Each area can be divided into: class A: company_ Name = ‘old boy education’ ා static variable (static field) Wei IPhone = ‘1353333xxxx’ ා private static variable (private static field) def […]

  • Java Foundation: three characteristics of object-oriented


    Object-oriented has three characteristics: inheritance, encapsulation and polymorphism. (1) Inheritance: inheritance is a hierarchical model of linking classes, and it allows and encourages class reuse. It provides a way to explicitly express commonality. A new class of an object can be derived from an existing class. This process is called class inheritance. The new class […]

  • Net C reflection technology


    The word reflexive sounds like a bull, doesn’t it? Well, it’s true that reflection is a more advanced feature, which should only be used by devs with a solid language foundation. By doing some reflection, we can improve the program‘s flexibility, scalabilityCoupling degree.   This is reflected for dynamic runtime loading, as opposed to static […]

  • C# Object-Oriented–Brief Introduction


    First, C# provides complete support for Object Oriented Programming; classes describe the types of objects, and the process of creating objects is also called Instantiation for specific instances of objects; usually, new operators are used to create objects: new MyType(); Where () actually represents an instance of a class by calling its default constructor; _C# […]

  • Virtual Method and Polymorphism


    class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { //Dog dog = new Dog(); Pet dog = new Dog (“DD”); // Create an instance of the base class Pet pointing to the derived class Dog //dog.Name = “DD”; Dog. Speak (); // Here is the call to the virtual method Speak () of the Pet class, […]