Chapter 4. Classes, Structs, and Objects

Everything is an object! At least, that is the view from inside the CLR and the C# programming language. This is no surprise, because C# is, after all, an object-oriented language. The objects that you create through class definitions in C# have all the same capabilities as the other predefined objects in the system. In fact, keywords in the C# language such as int and bool are merely aliases to predefined value types within the System namespace, in this case System.Int32 and System.Boolean, respectively.

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