Multiple Inheritance in C#
No, C# does not support multiple inheritance for classes. Multiple inheritance refers to the ability of a class to inherit from more than one base class. In C#, a class can only inherit from a single base class.
However, C# does support multiple inheritance through interfaces. An interface defines a contract that a class can implement, and a class can implement multiple interfaces. This allows a class to inherit behavior from multiple sources.
In the above example, the class MyClass implements both IInterface1 and IInterface2, allowing it to inherit and provide implementations for the methods defined in both interfaces.
Although C# does not support multiple inheritance for classes, it provides the concept of interfaces to achieve similar functionality and flexibility by allowing a class to implement multiple interfaces and inherit behavior from multiple sources.