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Explicit Interface Member Implementations

If a member of an interface collides with a member of a class, the member of the interface can be implemented as an explicit interface member

Explicit interface members can also be used to implement several interfaces with colliding members

The class Playing card with a property Value.
The Interface IGameObject with a conflicting Value property.
A class Card which implements IGameObject.
Sample use of class Card in a Client class.
Output of Card Client.