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Briefly explain the characteristics of value-type variables that are supported in the C# programming language?

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asked Feb 24, 2014 by keem Expert (13,240 points)

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The variables that are based on value types directly contain values. The characteristics of value-type variables that are supported in C# programming language are as follows:
All value-type variables derive implicitly from the System.ValueType class
You cannot derive any new type from a value type
Value types have an implicit default constructor that initializes the default value of that type
The value type consists of two main categories:
Structs - Summarizes small groups of related variables.
Enumerations - Consists of a set of named constants.
 
answered Feb 24, 2014 by sara Guru (24,570 points)

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