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Using Derived class


I have two DLL's .One Dll contains the Base class and the second dll
containts the derived class.
Now I want to use the second dll only not referencing the first dll in
my project.

I tried but I was failed to do so. Please help me out.

 <visweswararao.ne@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have two DLL's .One Dll contains the Base class and the second dll
> containts the derived class.
> Now I want to use the second dll only not referencing the first dll in
> my project.

> I tried but I was failed to do so. Please help me out.

You can't. How would the compiler know what public methods are
available in the base class, for instance?

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Add two of the dlls and check out the namespaces of the base dll in
derived classes.
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