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Introduction to Objects and Classes in C#


In this article Michael introduces us to C#, as well as attempts to demystify the theory behind "Object and Classes" in OO Programming.

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By: Michael Youssef
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September 16, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Introduction to Objects and Classes in C#
  2. · Introduction
  3. · World's Classes and Objects
  4. · Programmer’s Classes and Objects
  5. · Properties and Variables
  6. · Properties
  7. · Reworked
  8. · Creating Objects and Classes
  9. · Conclusion

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Introduction to Objects and Classes in C#
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In this article I will explain some of the concepts behind object-oriented programming in C#, including objects and classes. To read this article you should have some basic understanding of the C-Sharp language.

Read the whole article because there are some concepts you may not fully understand until you finish the article. And we will revisit all the concepts more than once when I see it's appropriate in future articles; so don't worry at all.


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