Posted On: Jan 12, 2023
In TypeScript, a class is a blueprint for an object, while an interface is a contract for the shape of an object.
A class can have properties and methods, and can also include a constructor for initializing the object. Classes can also have access modifiers (such as "public" or "private") to control the visibility of its members.
on the other hand, an interface only defines the structure of an object, including its properties and methods, but does not provide any implementation. It can be used to define a contract that multiple classes can implement. Interfaces do not have access modifiers.
Additionally, a class can implement multiple interfaces, but can only inherit from one other class.
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