Override Specifiers (C++ Component Extensions)
Override specifiers modify how inherited types and members of inherited types behave in derived types.
For more information about override specifiers, see:
abstract and sealed are also valid on type declarations, where they do not act as override specifiers.
For information about explicitly overriding base class functions, see Explicit Overrides.
(There are no remarks for this language feature that apply to only the Windows Runtime.)
(There are no remarks for this language feature that apply to only the common language runtime.)