Answer to Question #14291 in C# for suresh hooli

Question #14291
hi all i have question .. what is the differance between classA a=new ClassA(); , ClassA b=new ClassB(); and ClassB c=new ClassC(); as show in bellow code. using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Text; namespace ConsoleApplication1 { class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { ClassA a = new ClassA(); a.MethodeA(); a.MethodeAB(); Console.WriteLine("***************************************************************"); ClassA b = new ClassB(); b.MethodeA(); b.MethodeAB(); b.MethodeABCBase(); ClassB objb= new ClassB(); a = (ClassA)objb; a.MethodeAB(); Console.WriteLine("***************************************************************"); ClassA c=new ClassC(); c.MethodeA(); Console.WriteLine("**************************************************************
Expert's answer
All these classes ClassB ClassC are inherited from Class. And when we call all
method they show same information.

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