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Properties: Use of Properties

A Programmer's Introduction to C# (Second Edition)
by Eric Gunnerson

Publisher: Apress  L.P.
ISBN: 1-893115-62-3
// 18 - Properties\Use of Properties
// copyright 2000 Eric Gunnerson
using System;
public class Auto
    public Auto(int id, string name)
    { = id; = name;
    // query to find # produced
    public int ProductionCount
            if (productionCount == -1)
                // fetch count from database here.
    public int SalesCount
            if (salesCount == -1)
                // query each dealership for data
    string name;
    int id;
    int productionCount = -1;
    int salesCount = -1;


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