Welcome back to the Monday grind. Today I'm releasing three new videos from the C# Inheritance course.
Method hiding in C# is not something you'll use everyday, but might come in handy in very specific situations.
The sealed keyword allows you to take control of your classes and methods, disallowing inheritance in certain situations when you need to ensure the implementation of a class / method or property cannot be implemented incorrectly.
But Extension methods are a way to work around sealed classes -- even .NET Framework classes -- with methods you "bolt" on to the side of classes.
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