Creating and managing classes and objects
After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Define a class containing a related set of methods and data items.
Control the accessibility of members by using the public and private keywords.
Create objects by using the new keyword to invoke a constructor.
Write and call your own constructors.
Create methods and data that can be shared by all instances of the same class by using the static keyword.
Explain how to create anonymous classes.
The Windows Runtime together with the Microsoft .NET Framework contains thousands of classes. You have used a number of them already, including Console and Exception. Classes provide a convenient mechanism for modeling the entities manipulated by applications. ...