Posted by: joachimvandenbogaert | September 19, 2008

Non virtual methods as a default in C#

The following article provides a nice insight into why C# methods are by default non-virtual.

http://www.artima.com/intv/nonvirtual.html

I stumbled upon it by looking for a “final” keyword (as in Java). Having read the article it is clear why there is no such thing in C#.

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