Purpose of having Properties in Interface

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  1. visualcpp

    visualcpp New Member

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    Hai!
    I couldn't understand the purpose of having Properties in interface. If any one having clear information about this, please share it.

    Thanks in advance!

    Regards,
    visualcpp
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Its same as the get set methods that we used to write in old days. To share the values of the variables to the outside world
     
  3. visualcpp

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    Yes. I understand the purpose and concept of properties. That is perfectly ok for class's. Why should we have properties in interface as it doesn't contain any memberdata to wrap around (like class's)?
     
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    You can always have a data in a class which can be stored.

    Its something like writing the get set methods/
     

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