Author: Ayad Boudiab
Title: Visual Studio C# - Creating classes and objects.
Duration: 19:10 min
Object-Oriented languages like C# and Java are based on classes and objects. A class is a prototype (like an Employee), and an object is a specific instance of the class (like John).
In Object-Oriented languages everything is an object. In other words, developers cannot create stand alone functions (like in C, for example). The collection of objects make the program.
Classes are made of data members (fields) and operations that can be performed on the data members (methods). This video will introduce the user to classes, how to construct them (by adding fields and methods), and how to create objects out of them.