How to Call a method in child of child class?Ask Questions

 Posted on 31/07/2018 8:07:57 AM

I have three classes. First of them is abstract, and it is inherited by child class, which is again inherited.

How to call method from the third class in abstract one?

Example code:

public abstract class DoSth
    public void DoSomething()
        Console.WriteLine("I'm doing something");
    protected abstract void DoSomethingBigger();

public class Writer : DoSth
    protected override void DoSomethingBigger()
        Console.WriteLine("I'm writting");

public class BookWriter : Writer
    protected new void DoSomethingBigger()
        Console.WriteLine("I'm writting a book");

How to call DoSomethingBigger() from a BookWriter class? When I make an instance of a BookWriter and I call DoSomething() my output is


I'm doing something
I'm writting

but I want

I'm doing something
I'm writting a book



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Asked by Hardik Bera on 31/07/2018 8:07:57 AM Score: 375 points
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