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QuestionIs it wrong to pass an object into a method, change something and then pass it back to the caller? Pin
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If I have an object defined in a method and pass that object into another method, perform some operation that changes a parameter value in that object and then pass the same object back to the caller, is that the same as using ref or out?

Inside some method:

SomeObj myobj = new SomeObj ( someparam = "Some Value" );
myobj = DoSomething( myobj );


And then the method:

private SomeObj DoSomething( SomeObj myobj )
{
   myobj.someparam = "Some New Value";
   return myobj;
}


I'm trying to wrap my head around this in C#. I'm not sure if there are any pitfalls to doing it this way.
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