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1. Which of the following statements are correct about an interface used in C#.NET? An interface can contain properties, methods and events. The keyword must implement forces implementation of an interface. Interfaces can be overloaded. Interfaces can be implemented by a class or a struct. Enhanced implementations of an interface can be developed without breaking existing code.





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