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Constructor Chaining

You already know that every class extends Object. So, when you create a class it holds not only its own declared instance variables, but also everything from its superclass or superclasses (read the superclass of its superclass and so on). 177 more words


A Few Words About Constructors

The three steps of object declaration and assignment are:

  • reference variable declaration

    Donkey myDonkey = new Donkey();

  • creation of an object

    Donkey myDonkey = new Donkey();

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Creating classes in C#

When you design a class, you systematically arrange information and behavior into a meaningful entity. A program that uses a class should not have to worry how that class actually works internally; the program simply creates an instance of a class and calls the methods of that class. 707 more words