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C++ For C# Developers: Part 14 – Inheritance

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Now that we know how to initialize structs and other types in C++, we can take a look at inheritance and learn how to make structs derive from each other. There’s a lot of extended functionality here compared to C# class inheritance. Read on to learn the basics as well as advanced features like multiple inheritance and virtual inheritance!

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From AS3 to C#, Part 3: AS3 Class Parity

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Picking up from last time, today we’ll finish off classes in C# from an AS3 perspective in preparation for next week when we delve into all-new concepts that aren’t in AS3 at all. Read on to learn the C# way to implement getters and setters, final functions and classes, const variables, and packages.

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Compile Time Only

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The const and final keywords only apply at compile time. Despite having written about const and final before, readers frequently ask me about these two keywords. Today’s article will answer the question and definitively show that these keywords only apply at compile time: not runtime. UPDATE: const is still just a variable as far as performance goes, but its protections do extend to runtime.

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