When to use an interface instead of an abstract class and vice versa

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This could be an OOP question in general. On the basis of their usage, I intended to make a generic comparison between an interface and an abstract class.

When is it appropriate to use an interface and when is it appropriate to use an abstract class?
Jun 11 in C# by pranav
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