It's an OO language. That means one would be creating objects.
shiftwik wrote:you need the functionality of memory allocation and calling the constructor
..because that's how functions MUST return their value. The getter is merely function, and the last statement of such is always a return-statement.
shiftwik wrote:why does C# require the "return" keyword with a "get" function
The WinAPI. So, yes.
shiftwik wrote:When CLR executes your code is the .net "engine" accessing kernel
I'm too lazy to Google for Doc/View
shiftwik wrote:Does C# have an equivalent to the Doc/View architecture for windows apps?
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