Using virtual in C#

What is the purpose of virtual in C#? What is the proper way and reason to use it?

For example, public virtual ICollection<Order> Orders { get; set; } in defining a collection orders in a Client class (say, at a restaurant or something). Why would you use virtual here? What does it do, and what is the general correct way to use it?


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