How to override methods in C#

The F method in B hides the virtual F method inherited from A. Because the new F in B has private access, it only includes the class body of B and does not extend to C. The declaration of F in C is therefore permitted to override the F inherited from A.

class A
    public virtual void F() {}
class B: A
    new private void F() {}            // A.F is now hidden and can not be retrived from within B
class C: B
    public override void F() {}    // Now you can retrive A.F

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