Consider the following code:

C#

public class Crab 
{
    public virtual string PinchClaws()
    {
        return "clap clap";
    }
}

public class CoconutCrab : Crab
{
    public override string PinchClaws()
    {
        return "CLAP CLAP";
    }
}

VB.NET

Public Class Crab
    Public Overridable Function PinchClaws() As String
        Return "clap clap"
    End Function
End Class

Public Class CoconutCrab
Inherits Crab
    Public Overrides Function PinchClaws() As String
        Return "CLAP CLAP"
    End Function
End Class

Select the statements that are correct.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Calling PinchClaws() on an instance of CoconutCrab will return "CLAP CLAP".
Calling PinchClaws() on an instance of Crab will return "CLAP CLAP".
Casting an instance of CoconutCrab into Crab and then calling the PinchClaws method will return "clap clap".
Casting an instance of Crab into CoconutCrab will throw an exception.
   

Tags
.NET Method overriding OOP Public
Easy

3min

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