An object is basically a block of memory that has been allocated and configured according to the blueprint.(Reference[^])
An object is an instance of a class which acts as its template.
A class is a construct that enables you to create your own custom types by grouping together variables of other types, methods and events. (Reference[^])
A struct type is a value type(Reference[^])
An interface contains only the signatures of methods, delegates or events.(Reference[^])
You can use ?? for both objects(instances of classes) and struct instances.
You can't do anything like this with respect to interfaces, but you can do it using classes that implement a given interface.
I hope this is what you mean with your question. I'm guessing on what you actually mean.
I'm sure I'm not clear. In a email I should say:
'The building block of C# language are: classes, structs and interface'
I'm asking if is there a synonymous of building block (I'm looking for a word, I thought to use the word object, but you explained it is wrong)
I have a C# 2008 console application where all the output is displayed in DOS popup windows instead of being written to a log file.
Thus can you tell me what I can do to have all messages in this console application appear in a log file instead of these dos pop windows? Can you show me in code how to accomplish this goal?
I want to develop a AutoData C# winform application but the first thing I want to know is, how become I all the technical information? I can not start the project...
I google it about a autodata database or a webservice that will give me information, but nothing found...
Can anyone, anywhere help me?
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