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C# has two types of inheritance: single and multiple. Multiple inheritance is a way for one type to inherit from many types, while single inheritance is a way for one type to inherit from another type.

Inheritance is implemented in C Sharp through the keyword virtual and interface. A virtual function is defined by inheriting from a base class, while an interface defines the methods that can be inherited by other classes.

Inheritance is a mechanism in object-oriented programming that enables the child class to inherit the properties of the parent class. In C#, inheritance is achieved by subclassing.

Inheritance is a powerful and flexible mechanism that can be used in C Sharp to create classes. It is an object-oriented programming concept that allows the inheritance of properties, data, and methods from one class to another.

Inheritance is a mechanism that allows you to reuse existing functionality in your class by copying it into the child classes. It can be used to avoid duplicating code and reduce complexity.

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