Understanding and Using Partial Classes in C#
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Published: 28 Dec 2007
Abstract
In this introductory article, Brendan describes how partial classes work and how to create partial classes. He walks you through when to use partial classes as well as how to implement multiple interfaces with partial classes. The examples used will help beginners learn about this useful technology.
by Brendan Enrick
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Introduction

One great addition to C#, (also added into VB, but I don't cover that much here) introduced with the .NET Framework 2.0, is support for partial classes. This is a very powerful tool made available to developers. It allows you to have multiple pieces of a class definition. Functionally, partial classes are not at all different from classes written as full classes. Which means you can have one single class definition or a class written as a few distinct parts, so you need not worry about partial classes breaking existing functionality.

If you've done any ASP.NET work since 2.0 you've probably already seen partial classes. Perhaps you did not know you were working with them, but with ASP.NET sites every page created is actually using partial classes. The other part of the partial class is created from the .aspx file.


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Date: 5/26/2010 8:53:17 AM
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Date: 2/24/2010 10:20:43 AM
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Name: Sanjeev
Date: 2/9/2010 5:29:54 AM
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Title: Good   
Name: Laxmi
Date: 12/22/2009 8:04:24 AM
Comment:
Its good but I have a question.I have a class which is splitted into two partial classes.These two partial classes have same methods.what happens at compile time.Please help me.thanks in advance..
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Name: Senthil
Date: 11/2/2009 6:07:40 AM
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Name: Sai
Date: 10/30/2009 3:10:32 AM
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Name: vikash kumar
Date: 10/15/2009 6:07:41 AM
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Date: 9/18/2009 11:34:43 AM
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Good writing style, and nice real world examples - cheers man!
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Name: sam
Date: 9/9/2009 7:42:56 AM
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nice article Enrick. Can you suggest me some article on delegates & events?
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Name: Rajender Kumar
Date: 8/28/2009 12:49:41 AM
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i am a web developer Asp.Net C#. i have read this article, that is well understandig for beginners.
Thanks for taking time for this post.
Title: Thank you   
Name: phil
Date: 7/1/2009 8:01:46 PM
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Thanks for posting this. I despise .net but I have to do it at work so its nice to find articles that teach the concepts rather than syntax.
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Name: sagar
Date: 1/29/2009 1:48:30 AM
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Hi.. i am cleared abt partial class in c#.... but u r article mix with aspx... ca u clarify this
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Name: shraddha
Date: 1/13/2009 4:12:44 AM
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Title: Thank you   
Name: Shawn F.
Date: 9/23/2008 10:55:07 AM
Comment:
Thanks for taking the time to post this. It helps clear things up.

BTW...You're able to describe things well enough for me.






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