Create object

An object in object-oriented concept can represent an actual object in the real world. Thus to have an object representing a student, a teacher, a dog, a car, you will have to create the object from a class that reflect its type. By creating the object you can access public members of the class (methods and properties).

Example:

Student stu = new Student();

 

Accessing a class’s public members through objects

To access public members of a class, you must write its object’s name followed by dot sign(.) and the names of its members.

Example:

 

namespace Ctest

{

    class Program

    {

       

        static void Main(string[] args)

        {

         Student stu = new Student();//Create object

         stu.stunumber = "C000001";//accessing stunumber property

         stu.getnumber();//accessing getnumber method

       }

     }

 

     class Student

    {

        private string stnumber;

        private string stname;

        private string stsex;

        public void setnumber()

        {

            Console.WriteLine("Enter student's number:");

            stnumber =Console.ReadLine();

        }

 

        public void getnumber()

        {

            Console.WriteLine("Student's number is:{0}",stnumber);

        }

        public string stunumber{ //stunumber property

            set { stnumber=value;}

            get { return stnumber; }

 

    }

 

 }

 

}



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