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Constants in C# with Examples

In C#, a constant is a value that cannot be modified after it is declared. Constants are typically used for values that will not change throughout the execution of a program, such as mathematical constants or other unchanging...


C# Variables with Examples

In C#, a variable is a storage location for a value that can be of a specific type. A variable is declared with a name and a type, and it can be assigned a value of that type. Here is an example of declaring and using variables...

C# Methods

Overloading in C# with Examples

In overloading, there are multiple methods with different method signatures. Below are some examples that show how we can achieve overloading by varying the number of parameters, the order of parameters, and data types of...

C# Collection List

List Collection in C#

In c#, List is a generic type of collection, so it will allow storing only strongly typed objects, i.e., elements of the same data type. The size of the list will vary dynamically based on our application requirements, like...