What all access specifiers are allowed when we are explicitly implementing interfaces

 Posted by deccansoft on 9/20/2010 | Category: C# Interview questions | Views: 1762

Explicitly implemented method should not have any access specifier because they anyhow cannot never be invoked explicitly using a variable of a class in
which they are implemented.They can be invoked only using reference variable of type interface.

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