Declare class fields and methods : Object Reference « Class « C# / CSharp Tutorial

  1. The new operator dynamically allocates memory for an object and returns a reference to it.
  2. This reference is, more or less, the address in memory of the object allocated by new.
  3. This reference is then stored in a variable.
public class House
  public string make;
  public string model;
  public string color;
  public int yearBuilt;

  public void Start()
    System.Console.WriteLine(model + " started");

  public void Stop()
    System.Console.WriteLine(model + " stopped");


class MainClass

  public static void Main()
    House myHouse;

    System.Console.WriteLine("Creating a House object and assigning its memory location to myHouse");
    myHouse = new House();


Creating a House object and assigning its memory location to myHouse

7.3.Object Reference
7.3.1.Declare class fields and methods
7.3.2.Declare a House object reference named myHouse
7.3.3.Creating a House object and assigning its memory location to myHouse
7.3.4.Assign values to the House object's fields using object renerence
7.3.5.Display the field values using object reference
7.3.6.Declare another House object reference and create another House object
7.3.7.Change the object referenced by the myHouse object reference to the object referenced by yourHouse
7.3.8.Reference type equals: complex number
7.3.9.Reference equals
7.3.10.Reference a static member function without using the class name
7.3.11.Overridden Equals()
7.3.12.Reference an object by interface and class
7.3.13.Pass reference type variable without 'out' and 'ref'
7.3.14.Use interface as reference
7.3.15.Reference one object by multiple interfaces
7.3.16.Class comparison