Check out example codes for "typescript class implements interface". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

interface Task{
    name: String; //property
    run(arg: any):void; //method
}

class MyTask implements Task{
    name: String;
    constructor(name: String) {
        this.name = name;
    }
	run(arg: any): void {
        console.log(`running: ${this.name}, arg: ${arg}`);
    }
}

let myTask: Task = new MyTask('someTask');
myTask.run("test");

Code Example 2

class Animal {
    name: string;
    constructor(theName: string) { this.name = theName; }
    move(distanceInMeters: number = 0) {
        console.log(`${this.name} moved ${distanceInMeters}m.`);
    }
}

class Snake extends Animal {
    constructor(name: string) { super(name); }
    move(distanceInMeters = 5) {
        console.log("Slithering...");
        super.move(distanceInMeters);
    }
}

class Horse extends Animal {
    constructor(name: string) { super(name); }
    move(distanceInMeters = 45) {
        console.log("Galloping...");
        super.move(distanceInMeters);
    }
}

let sam = new Snake("Sammy the Python");
let tom: Animal = new Horse("Tommy the Palomino");

sam.move();
tom.move(34);

Code Example 3

interface IEmployee {
    empCode: number;
    empName: string;
    getSalary: (number) => number; // arrow function
    getManagerName(number): string; 
}

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