C# Basics – Classes – Part 11

We introduce classes in C# programming language in this tutorial.


Andraz Krzisnik
C# Basics – Classes – Part 11

Classes

Class is basically a container of functions. It can be a separate file or it can be written in the same file as your main project file. We can also create a custom object with properties we define.

public class myClass
{
    private string myString;
    public myClass(string someString)
    {
        myString = someString;
    }
}

We briefly touched the subject of access keywords that determine how accessible is some object or a variable.

  • An object, when set to private, is accessible only within the curly brackets it’s been declared in.
  • An object, when set to public, is accessible from outside the curly brackets it’s been declared in.
  • An object, when set to protected, is accessible only within the curly brackets it’s been declared in and in it’s inherited classes.
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