A C# Class Definition

Here is the same definition rewritten in Microsofts language C#. C# does not allow enumerated data types inside a class definition, so we have moved it to a point prior to the definition. In C# the visibility modifiers are placed on each item invidually, instead of a large section as they are in C++. Another small difference is that there is no semicolon at the end of the class definition. But other than these minor variations there are obvious similarites between the two.

[audio] [real] Text to accompany slide09, in Chapter 4 of An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming