Check out example codes for "c# polymorphism". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

class Animal{
  public virtual void animalSound() {
    Console.WriteLine("The animal makes a sound");
  }
}

class Pig: Animal {
  public  override void animalSound() {//override superclass method
    Console.WriteLine("The pig says: wee wee");
  }
}

class Dog: Animal {
  public override void animalSound() {//override superclass method
    Console.WriteLine("The dog says: bow wow");
  }
}

static class main {
  static void Main(){
    //You can add all objects inherited from Animal to an Animal type list
    Animal[] animals = new Animal[3]; //Creating the Animal List
    animals[0] = new Animal(); //Add a new animal object to the list
    animals[1] = new Dog(); //Add a new dog object to the list
    animals[2] = new Pig(); //Add a pig object to the list
    foreach (Animal a in animals){
      a.animalSound(); //This statement prints the correct string no matter the class
    }
  }
}

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