Building Your Own Types with Object-Oriented Programming
This chapter is about making your own types using object-oriented programming (OOP). You will learn about all the different categories of members that a type can have, including fields to store data and methods to perform actions. You will use OOP concepts such as aggregation and encapsulation. You will also learn about language features such as tuple syntax support,
out variables, inferred tuple names, and default literals.
This chapter will cover the following topics:
- Talking about OOP
- Building class libraries
- Storing data with fields
- Writing and calling methods
- Controlling access with properties and indexers
Talking about object-oriented programming
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