3Objects and Types

CREATING AND USING CLASSES

So far, you’ve been introduced to some of the building blocks of the C# language, including variables, data types, and program flow statements, and you have seen a few very short complete programs containing little more than the Main method. What you haven’t seen yet is how to put all these elements together to form a longer, complete program. The key to this lies in working with classes—the subject of this chapter. Chapter 4, “Object-Oriented Programming with C#,” covers inheritance and features related to inheritance.

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