fbpx

Contract Inheritance In Solidity | Episode 6

Julien Klepatch

In object-orientated programming languages, we have classes and inheritance. In Solidity, we don’t have classes but we have contracts. Contracts can inherit from each other, and access some inherited properties like variables and functions. Let’s learn how this work in Solidity

0 Comments

Leave a Reply

More great articles

Debugging “VM Exception: invalid opcode / revert”

When I started learning Solidity, there was nothing more frustrating than running accross "VM Exception: invalid opcode" or "VM Exception:…

Read Story

Testing dates in Solidity smart contracts – Part I

Dates are a bit weird in Solidity. Solidity does have some keywords for working with dates, like now, or 1…

Read Story

Never miss a minute

Get great content to your inbox every week. No spam.
[contact-form-7 id="6" title="Footer CTA Subscribe Form"]
Arrow-up