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Practical use of virtual methods in C#
A client of different types of bank account classes illustrates a typical use of virtual methods
Use of virtual bank account methods.
Adding interests without use of dynamic binding - AddInterest is not virtual.
Output from the bank account programs.
The use of virtual methods - and dynamic binding - covers a lot of type dispatching which in naive programs are expressed with if-else chains