C# Method Overriding
If derived class defines same method as defined in its base class, it is known as method overriding in C#. It is used to achieve runtime polymorphism. It enables you to provide specific implementation of the method which is already provided by its base class.
To perform method overriding in C#, you need to use virtual keyword with base class method and override keyword with derived class method.
C# Method Overriding Example
Let's see a simple example of method overriding in C#. In this example, we are overriding the eat() method by the help of override keyword.