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Part of the "Object-oriented programming in F#" series (more)

Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal Interfaces are available and fully supported in F#, but there are number of important ways in which their usage differs from what you might be used to in C#.

Defining interfaces

Defining an interface is similar to defining an abstract class. So similar, in fact, that you might easily get them confused.

Here’s an interface definition:

type MyInterface =
   // abstract method
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   // abstract immutable property
   abstract member Pi : float 

   // abstract read/write property
   abstract member Area : float with getStitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal ,set

And here’s the definition for the equivalent abstract base class:

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   abstract member Add: int -> int -> int

   // abstract immutable property
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   // abstract read/write property
   abstract member Area : float with get,set

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When it comes time to implement an interface in a class, F# is quite different from C#. In C#, you can add a list of interfaces to the class definition and implement the interfaces implicitly.

Not so in F#. In F#, all interfaces must be explicitly implemented.

In an explicit interface implementation, the interface members can only be accessed through an interface instance (e.g. by casting the class to the interface type). The interface members are not visible as part of the class itself.

C# has support for both explicit and implicit interface implementations, but almost always, the implicit approach is used, and many programmers are not even aware of explicit interfaces in C#.

Implementing interfaces in F#

So, how do you implement an interface in F#? You cannot just “inherit” from it, as you would an abstract base class. You have to provide an explicit implementation for each interface member using the syntax interface XXX with, as shown below:

type IAddingService =
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type MyAddingService() =
    
    interface IAddingService with 
        member this.Add x y = 
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    interface System.IDisposable with 
        member this.Dispose() = 
            printfn "disposed"

The above code shows how the class MyAddingService explicitly implements the Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal IAddingService and the Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal IDisposable interfaces. After the required interface XXX with section, the members are implemented in the normal way.

(As an aside, note again that MyAddingService() has a constructor, while IAddingService does not.)

Using interfaces

So now let’s try to use the adding service interface:

let mas = new MyAddingService()
mas.Add 1 2    // error 

Immediately, we run into an error. It appears that the instance does not implement the Add method at all. Of course, what this really means is that we must cast it to the interface first using the :> operator:

// cast to the interface
let mas = new MyAddingService()
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adder.Add 1 2  // ok

Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal This might seem incredibly awkward, but in practice it is not a problem as in most cases the casting is done implicitly for you.

For example, you will typically be passing an instance to a function that specifies an interface parameter. In this case, the casting is done automatically:

// function that requires an interface
let testAddingService (adder:IAddingService) = 
    printfn "1+2=%i" <| adderStitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal .Add 1 2  // ok

let Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal masWomen's Julian Navy Stitched Limited Patriots Blue Jersey Rush 11 Football Edelman = new MyAddingService()
testAddingService mas // cast automatically

And in the special case of IDisposable, the use keyword will also automatically cast the instance as needed:

let Stitched Blue Jersey Vapor Alternate Limited Men's Untouchable Littleton 58 Rams Cory Royal testDispose = 
    use mas = new MyAddingService()
    printfn "testing"
    // Dispose() is called here

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