Category Archives: OOPS

Understand Inheritance and Polymorphism with example

In this post, we will understand the Inheritance and Polymorphism concept of OOP’S practically. In most of the interviews, interviewers asked these inheritance questions and trying to confuse you but after reading this post you will easily understand and clear all confusion. When you derive a class from a base class, the derived class will inherit all… Read More »

OOPS Concept

OOP is a paradigm that used for software development that have following principle. Object: An object is a real world entity that have physical existence in world. Class: a blue print of an object that describe the character and behavior of object. Abstraction: hiding the complexity and show the necessary data to the user. Encapsulations: wrapping up… Read More »

Abstract Vs Interface

Difference between Abstract and Interface Abstract Class: -Abstract class provides a set of rules to implement next class -Rules will be provided through abstract methods -Abstract method does not contain any definition -While inheriting abstract class all abstract methods must be override -If a class contains at least one abstract method then it must be… Read More »

Method Hiding

Method Hiding and Inheritance We will look at an example of how to hide a method in C#. The Parent class has a write () method which is available to the child class. In the child class I have created a new write () method. So, now if I create an instance of child class… Read More »

Features of OOP

The following are the four basic features of OOP: Abstraction – Refers to the process of exposing only the relevant and essential data to the users without showing unnecessary information. Polymorphism – Allows you to use an entity in multiple forms. Encapsulation – Prevents the data from unwanted access by binding of code and data… Read More »