Would I be telling the truth if I was to say that a type in C# is defined by a class. An example of this is the String class. And with this class, I can make instances of it, for example, a simple variable declaration:
string myName = "Usmaan";
The string variable myName is now referred to as an object.
Am I right to say those statements?
Kindly reply with a Yes or No before you give your views. Sometimes it's important not to jump the gun by blasting amazing definitions of certain functionalities...Especially when it comes to a new programmer like myself.
Your contribution to the matter is extremely appreciated.
Edited 5 Years Ago by UsSy: n/a