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Default Object Class and Multiple inheritance

System.Object Class is inherited to every class we create in .net ,at the same time it is being said that-mutiple inheritance is not supported.ie only single inheritance is possible.Then how is the object class inherited?

 
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Hi deepthraj,

Were you able to find the answer to the question you posted...? Coz, even i ended up in thinking on the same lines and came across the same question posted by you long back.So hoping that you have got the answer for it,can you please post it ?






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