On Thursday, 17 May 2018 at 07:36:40 UTC, arturg wrote:


no, that uses type inferance.
you have to do
Animal dog = new Dog;

i tried it... certainly interesting.. thanks.

but, I don't recall in my opening post, saying I'm ok with having to create an interface for every class I create, just so I can go off and cast each class to that interface ;-)

The sealed attribute would not require me to go to such extravagant lengths.

Remember, the idea for discussion is about adding one single attribute 'sealed' to the class - the discussion is a lot less about 'how can we prevent having to add a this new attribute'.

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