C# tutorial OOP-Class properties

Properties


Besides variable and method members in C# you can define another type of member. It is called property. Properties are members of the class that can be used to access its private data members.

Example:


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; }


 
}


}

A property can be wriable or readable or both. The set keyword defines a wriable property. The get keyword defines readability of the property. By putting both keywords together the property will be both writable and readable.

 





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