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QuestionDocument to represent a document node in a print queue Pin
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i need to write a program as per the below question

Question : Write a class named Document to represent a document node in a print queue. it should contain a method name that returns the subject of the document and an abstract method called type that returns the document type . from document class derive two concrete classes named word document and pdf document.

just tell me do i need to write the above program with link list ?

how to represent document node ?

here i wrote the code for the above program. just tell me is my code is correct or design as per the above instruction?

code as follows
C#
public class Document
{
    public string Subject { get; set; }

    public abstract void type();
}

public class WordDocument : Document
{

}

public class PdfDocument : Document
{

}


if i made any mistake then please rectify me. thanks
tbhattacharjee

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