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Corner of C# In C#.Net, constructors and destructors are used. When a class is instantiated, special methods called constructors are called. There will be no output from the function Object() { [native code] }. The function Object() { [native code] } has the same name as the class. Internally, C# creates a default function Object() { [native code] } by default.

When an instance of this class is created, the function Object() { [native code] } is used to initialise all member variables. The class destructor normally releases any resources collected, such as memory or open files.

It acts on an object of the class of which it is a member and has access to all of the members of that object's class. An example of a member function is shown below.

The destructor can be implemented in C# using either of these ways:

  • public void Dispose() {
  • try {
  • if (m_lock != null)
  • m_lock.Dispose();
  • } finally {
  • if (m_disposed)
  • m_disposed = false;
  • } }

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