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Part 20 - C# Tutorial - Static and instance class members


Part 20 - C# Tutorial - Static and instance class members


11 comments:

  1. Great Videos thank you I was getting lost at school but these videos are really helping me to understand what is going on

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  2. very good Videos for free of cost...Thanks Gr8 help

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  3. Hi Venkat
    Please add this topic in text also. Besides this, I would request you one thing, your blog opens with VPN in office. Could you please make it available in office network so that anyone can read the articles in office network also.Thanks

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  4. Hi Venkat, I am learning C# from your youtube channel, its a great help for guys like me, and I appreciate you for the same.
    I have a question for you, I have learned about static and instance class methods, but I am finding myself unable to decide that in which scenario or situation I should make the method static or keep it instance method. How to decide this? Kindly help me with some simple example. But kindly notice that I am an absolute beginner hence illustrate this me in simplest way possible. Thanks very much in advance.

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    1. hi Kumar, i think we should use Static method if the method is useful, we need use it lots of times. in that case, if we set the method as intance method, we need to invoke a instance class every time to use that method, the cost of the memory is too huge. So as my understanding, we should use Staic method if the method always be called, such as Console.writeLine().
      it's just my personal idea, hope we can share ideas.

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    2. Asking a question to replied one,
      instance members are took too much of memory then why we are using instance members/methods instead of static once

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  5. Hi Venkat,

    Why I cannot write Console.Writeline(This is instance constructor ); below the return statement ?

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    1. as far as I understand return statement is declared at the end of your class statements and thus it returns a value as required , in other words your compiler expects to end the program once you return the value

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    2. I have asked the same question to my tutor he said that since return statement once executed brings u out of that block or loop so statements written after (Return) are unreachable.

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  6. Thank you for this great detailed presentation on Static and Instance Members. I was all confused till now. Your are an excellent instructor.
    Jonathan

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  7. sir i am new in c# i have no idea about C#.So plz teach me the Basic things Of c#.very thankul to u.

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