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Object Copy and Clone
Object Copy and Clone

using System;
   
   
public class Name {
  public string firstName;
  public string lastName;
   
  public Name(string firstName, string lastName) {
    this.firstName = firstName;
    this.lastName = lastName;
  }
   
  public void Display() {
    Console.WriteLine("firstName = " + firstName);
    Console.WriteLine("lastName = " + lastName);
  }
   
  public static Name Copy(Name car) {
    return (Namecar.MemberwiseClone();
  }
}
   
   
class Test {
  public static void Main() {
    Name myName = new Name("T""M");
    Name myOtherName = new Name("P""B");
    Console.WriteLine("myName details:");
    myName.Display();
    Console.WriteLine("myOtherName details:");
    myOtherName.Display();
   
    // perform a memberwise clone of myName using the Name.Copy() method
    Console.WriteLine("Performing a memberwise clone of myName to myOldName");
    Name myOldName = Name.Copy(myName);
    Console.WriteLine("myOldName details:");
    myOldName.Display();
  }
   
}

           
       














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