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#1 Posted : Friday, 3 April 2015 9:44:48 PM(UTC)

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In C#, it is possible to split the definition of a class or a struct, an interface or a method over two or more source files. Why? See the situations when splitting a class definition: 1. When working on large projects, spreading a class over separate files enables multiple programmers to work on it at the same time. 2. Code generators automatically generates the code they need to emit and do not have to deal with user edits to the file. Visual Studio uses this approach when it creates Windows Forms, Web service wrapper code, and so on. Users are likewise free to annotate the class with new members by having a second partial class. You can create code that uses these classes without having to modify the file created by Visual Studio. To split a class definition, use the partial keyword modifier
public partial class Company
    public void Input()

public partial class Company
    public void Output()
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