Chapter 4: Classes
After completing this chapter, you should be able to do the following:
- Use access modifiers to customize fields and methods.
- Override built-in methods such as
- Understand equality and sameness in C#.
Throughout this lesson you should make note of the following terms and their definitions as you read the content on the page:
Classes for C#
Modifiers in C#
- access level
- access modifier
- default access
- auto-implemented property
- backing field
- default constructor
- instance method