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interface method access modifier

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I want to make methods of a class be internal, but this classes implements
an interface and the methods of the interface are the ones tha I want to
make internal. I tried creating the interface, aparently you cant give it
access modifiers to the method declarations, so I didnt, and when I
implemented the interface I tried giving it hte access modifier for the
methods and it of course didnt work. on compile, so how can I have this?
Nov 15 '05 #1
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