C# 8.0 Features, New Features In C# 8.0

C# 8.0 Features | New Features In C# 8.0

C# programming language is the most popular because every release makes the job easier. From past two decades, it has released seven versions now came up with c# 8.0. Let’s see C# 8.0 features.

New Features In C# 8.0 | C# 8.0 Features

  1. Default Implementation for Interfaces.
  2. Light Weight Classes.
  3. Nullable Types.

Default Implementation for Interfaces in C# 8.0

Default implementation for an interface is an exciting feature in C# 8.0. Until 7.0, we could only see interfaces only with abstract methods but now in .NET framework 8.0 added a default implementation for interface methods.

Using default implementation for interface has made drastic changes in development life cycle.

The default implementation of interfaces will provide a most powerful way to extend the classes that implement interfaces.

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Interfaces In C# Programming – A Complete Guide

Interfaces in C# programming is a very crucial concept and quite confusing for a lot of developers to understand and implement. So I have created C# interfaces article to make sure, even a basic developer also can understand.

After going through this article, you will get the complete knowledge of interfaces like

  • What is an interface?
  • When to use interfaces?
  • Where to use interface?

C# Interfaces | Interfaces In C#

Let’s understand what c# interfaces are?.

Interfaces are declared using interface keyword. An interface is like a contract that all derived classes/interfaces should follow.

In other words, it’s like rules defined in the interface and these interface rules has to be followed by derived class or interfaces. So remember we are defining rules in interfaces and forcing them to follow in next subclasses.

Example: How to declare and implement interfaces in c#?

If you look at the above code, we have declared “IInput” interface with two methods (rules).

  • getkeyBoard()
  • getMouse()

In subsequent classes of Computer and Laptop, I am implementing the same rules defined in IInput Interface. I hope now you understood how to create rules and implement methods (rules) using interfaces in c#.

Features about Interfaces in c#

  • Interfaces are declared using interface keyword.
  • All methods in interfaces are by default public and we can’t change them.
  • An Interface contains methods with no implementations.
  • Interfaces may contain properties, methods, events, and indexers.
  • Any Interfaces cannot be Instantiated directly.