There is a shortcut for both declaring an instance of a class and setting the initial value of all or some of its members. With a single line of code, you can instantiate an object and set a number of properties on that object. During runtime, the object is created, and then the properties are set in the order in which they appear in the initialization list. This feature is called object initializers.
Let’s look at an example. Suppose you have a class called
Employee that has a number of properties such as
Title, and the like. Using object initialization, you can both create an instance of this class and set the initial values of some (or all) of the ...