Inheritance vs. Interface
Often it's useful to be able to treat different types of objects in the same way.
Issue: 11.6 (November/December 2013)
Author: Seth Verrinder
Author Bio: Seth is a consultant who uses Real Studio every day in his job at BKeeney Software, Inc.
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Starting Page Number: 61
Article Number: 11611
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Inheritance and interfaces are similar in the sense that they both give you a way to define multiple classes that have the same method and then you can use those classes interchangebly in code.
Here's how it works:
dim o1, o2 as Shape
o1 = new Rectangle
o2 = new Circle
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