C# Programming/Keywords/interface

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The interface keyword is used to declare an interface. Interfaces provide a construct for a programmer to create types that can have methods, properties, delegates, events, and indexers declared, but not implemented.

It is a good programming practice to give interfaces differing names from classes that start with an I and/or finish with ...able, like IRun or Runnable or IRunnable.



C# Keywords
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byte case catch char checked
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delegate do double else enum
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Special C# Identifiers
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