Classes are used to implement most objects. Sometimes, however, it may be desirable to create an object that behaves like one of the built-in types (such as int, float, or bool )—one that is cheap and fast to allocate and doesn’t have the overhead of references. In that case, you can use a value type, which is done by declaring a struct in C#.
KeywordsClass Instance Reference Type Member Function Reference Semantic Point Point
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