This week we continue to look at the C++ that IL2CPP outputs for C# to get a better understanding of what our C# is really doing. Today we’ll look at how abstract methods work, whether casting of sealed classes is faster than non-sealed classes, and what happens when creating a delegate.
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Implementing interfaces and deriving from classes is commonplace in many codebases. Today we’ll make it so C++ classes can implement C# interfaces and derive from C# classes. This means our C++ game code will be able to implement custom
IComparer classes for sorting a
List and derive custom
EventArgs for dispatching in events. Read on to see how this is implemented and how to use it in our projects.
Continuing from last time, this article begins covering features of C# classes that aren’t in AS3. We’ll begin with abstract classes and functions, which AS3 required workaround code to enforce even at run-time. Today’s article shows you how to use C# to cleanly enforce these at compile-time.