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  From the February 2016 Issue of Prestwood eMag
 
C#:
Struct
 
Posted 11 years ago on 2/22/2008 and updated 7/1/2008
Take Away: A value type used to encapsulate a small set of related data.
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Struct - A value type used to encapsulate a small set of related data.

A Struct encapsulates a small set of related data. Although it can contain many of the characteristics of a class such as methods, events etc., they are usually very limited in number. If several such members are used implementing this as a class should be considered.  A struct can implement an interface, but it cannot inherit from a class or another struct


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Definition Contributed By Daniel Fought:
Danial Fought is a senior programmer analyst with Prestwood IT where he develops custom Windows software and custom websites. When Dan is not coding for clients, he participates in this online community. Coding specialties include Paradox/ObjectPAL, MS Access, Visual Basic, and VS.Net/VB.Net.
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