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CLR via C#, Fourth Edition by Jeffrey Richter

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Chapter 6. Type and Member Basics

In this chapter:

The Different Kinds of Type Members

Type Visibility

Member Accessibility

Static Classes

Partial Classes, Structures, and Interfaces

Components, Polymorphism, and Versioning

In Chapters Chapter 4 and Chapter 5, I focused on types and what operations are guaranteed to exist on all instances of any type. I also explained how all types fall into one of two categories: reference types and value types. In this and the subsequent chapters in this part, I’ll show how to design types by using the different kinds of members that can be defined within a type. In Chapters Chapter 7 through Chapter 11, I’ll discuss the various members in detail.

The Different Kinds of Type Members

A type can define zero or more of ...

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