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Table of Contents

12.6 Array initializers271

13. Interfaces273

13.1 Interface declarations273

13.1.1 Interface modifiers273

13.1.2 Base interfaces273

13.1.3 Interface body274

13.2 Interface members274

13.2.1 Interface methods275

13.2.2 Interface properties275

13.2.3 Interface events276

13.2.4 Interface indexers276

13.2.5 Interface member access276

13.3 Fully qualified interface member names278

13.4 Interface implementations278

13.4.1 Explicit interface member implementations279

13.4.2 Interface mapping281

13.4.3 Interface implementation inheritance284

13.4.4 Interface re-implementation285

13.4.5 Abstract classes and interfaces286

14. Enums289

14.1 Enum declarations289

14.2 Enum modifiers289

14.3 Enum members290

14.4 The System.Enum type292

14.5 Enum values and operations292

15. Delegates293

15.1 Delegate declarations293

15.2 Delegate instantiation295

15.3 Delegate invocation295

16. Exceptions299

16.1 Causes of exceptions299

16.2 The System.Exception class299

16.3 How exceptions are handled299

16.4 Common Exception Classes300

17. Attributes303

17.1 Attribute classes303

17.1.1 Attribute usage303

17.1.2 Positional and named parameters304

17.1.3 Attribute parameter types305

17.2 Attribute specification305

17.3 Attribute instances310

17.3.1 Compilation of an attribute310

17.3.2 Run-time retrieval of an attribute instance310

17.4 Reserved attributes311

17.4.1 The AttributeUsage attribute311

17.4.2 The Conditional attribute312

17.4.3 The Obsolete attribute314

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