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Tip of the Day
Language: C#
Expertise: Intermediate
Sep 25, 2009

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Create an Interface from a Class in Visual Studio

Although it's not considered best practice, after writing a class, sometimes you may decide that all or part of that class might work better as an interface. When that happens, Visual Studio IDE provides a helpful option.

In the VS editor, right-click anywhere in the class and choose Refactor → Extract Interface. In the dialog that appears, you can choose the methods that should be part of the interface. Refactoring in this manner can definitely save you some time.

Srinath MS
 
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