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Classes and inheritance in F#

This example is similar to the Classes in Ruby example. It demonstrates a superclass for representing a car. Two subclasses are used for representing a hero car and a villain car, they inherit from the superclass.

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Classes and inheritance in Python

This example is similar to the Inheritance in PHP snippet. Python is used instead of PHP.

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Classes in Ruby

Ruby is an object-oriented programming language. This example demonstrates a superclass for representing a car. Two subclasses are used for representing a hero car and a villain car, they inherit from the superclass.

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Constructor overloading in C#

C# allows you to reuse existing constructors when defining new constructors.

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Inheritance in PHP

Classes can contain subclasses and subclasses can in turn contain superclasses. For example, the class Person could be the superclass of the class PizzaDeliveryGuy.

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Constructors and destructors in PHP

You might want to execute code when an instance of an object gets constructed or destructed. PHP offers constructors and destructors for this purpose. A constructor can be created by declaring a function called __construct within a class and a destructor can in turn be created by declaring a function called __destruct. <?php class Foo [...]

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