Object definition with example in C#.Net



A class is like a blue print, which specifies what the type can do. An object is nothing but a block of memory, that has been configured and allocated according to the blue print. 

  • One program can create any number of objects. 
  • We can call objects as instances, because objects will store in an array or named variable or collection. 
  • A program can have multiple objects and interacting dynamically. 


Here we are creating instance of A class in the B class. After that we are accessing A class properties after creating an object of A Class. 

class A
public int i=0;
public string strName=string.empty;

Class B
A obj=new A();

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