Hour 3. Understanding Classes and Objects the C# Way

A class is the fundamental programming concept in C#, defining both representation and behavior in a single unit. Classes provide the language support required for object-oriented and component-oriented programming and are the primary mechanism you use to create user-defined types. Traditionally, object-oriented programming languages have used the term “type” to refer to behavior, whereas value-oriented programming languages have used it to refer to data representation. ...

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