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Interface Implementation Examples in Visual Basic

Classes that implement an interface must implement all its properties, methods, and events.

The following example defines two interfaces. The second interface, Interface2, inherits Interface1 and defines an additional property and method.

Interface Interface1
    Sub sub1(ByVal i As Integer)
End Interface 

' Demonstrates interface inheritance. 
Interface Interface2
    Inherits Interface1
    Sub M1(ByVal y As Integer)
    ReadOnly Property Num() As Integer 
End Interface

The next example implements Interface1, the interface defined in the previous example:

Public Class ImplementationClass1
    Implements Interface1
    Sub Sub1(ByVal i As Integer) Implements Interface1.sub1
        ' Insert code here to implement this method. 
    End Sub 
End Class

The final example implements Interface2, including a method inherited from Interface1:

Public Class ImplementationClass2
    Implements Interface2
    Dim INum As Integer = 0
    Sub sub1(ByVal i As Integer) Implements Interface2.sub1
        ' Insert code here that implements this method. 
    End Sub 
    Sub M1(ByVal x As Integer) Implements Interface2.M1
        ' Insert code here to implement this method. 
    End Sub 

    ReadOnly Property Num() As Integer Implements _
       Interface2.Num
        Get
            Num = INum
        End Get 
    End Property 
End Class

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