How to avoid empty implementation in abstract class while implementing an interface?

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Published on 2010-05-28T11:11:42Z Indexed on 2010/05/28 11:22 UTC
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public interface IMyInterface
{
  int A
  {get; set; } 
  string S
  {get; set; } 
}
public abstract class MyAbs : IMyInterface
{ }
public class ConcreteClass : MyAbs
{
 /* Implementation of IMyInterface*/
}

Is it possible to omit the empty implementation in an abstract class as above? If so, how? why?

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