- An interface provides a partial implementation for functionality and some abstract or virtual members that must be implemented by the inheriting entities. It can declare fields too.
- An interface is responsible for keeping track of what is actually executing and where each executing thread is.
- An interface allows developers to create new classes that reuse, extend, and modify the behavior defined in other classes.
- An interface declares a contract or behavior that implementing classes require. It may declare only properties, methods, and events with no access modifiers. All the declared members must be implemented.
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