C# Programming - Properties - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Properties - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
A property can be declared inside a class, struct, Interface.
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Ammar Shaukat said:   8 years ago
Property access modifier by default is public and you can't declare a public one in Interface.

Amit Balan said:   1 decade ago
Yes we do not need to use an access specifier with the interface members because the members of an interface are public by default.

Vanapandi said:   1 decade ago
But should not use/can't access specifier.

Kazeem said:   1 decade ago
Yes we can declare the properties in interface.

As interface contains the declaration of methods (i.e., Abstract methods) so we can declare a property in a interface. Later implement the property inside the class.

Vibhuti said:   1 decade ago
Can we declare properties in interface?

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