C# 6 Questions

  1. decimal (primitive type) (def'n)
    128-bit data type. Compared to other floating-point types, this type has more precision and a smaller range, which makes it appropriate for financial and monetary calculations.
  2. var (type) (def'n)
    Beginning in Visual C# 3.0, variables that are declared at method scope can have an implicit "type". An implicitly typed local variable is strongly typed just as if you had declared the type yourself, but the compiler determines the type.
  3. implicit typing (def'n)
    Local variables can be declared without giving an explicit type. The var keyword instructs the compiler to infer the type of the variable from the expression on the right side of the initialization statement.
  4. variable (def'n)
    A named area in memory that programs can manipulate.
  5. type (def'n)
    This is something each variable in C# has that determines the size and layout of the variable's memory, the range of values that can be stored in that memory, and the set of operations that can be applied to that variable.
  6. properties (def'n)
    Named members of classes, structures and interfaces.
  7. fields (def'n)
    Member variables of classes and structures are called this.
  8. common language runtime (CLR) (def'n)
    This is the heart of the Microsoft .NET Framework and provides the execution environment for all .NET Framework code.
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C# 6 Questions
Quiz questions for C# 6.