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Partially Reimplementing / Overriding Interface Implementation

Zarko Gajic – In Delphi, the reserved word “interface” has two distinct meanings. In a Delphi unit, “interface” denotes the start of a unit section used to declare public constants, data types, variables, procedures and functions visible and accessible to other units using this unit. In OOP jargon, an “object interface” or simply “interface” is a kind of a class with no implementation (but not like a class with abstract methods). An interface defines methods that can be implemented by a class (a class “implements” the interface). Object interfaces might be used when multiple inheritance is ...
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