Working with OOP synopsis concepts in C# .Net
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Working with OOP synopsis concepts:- 

Based on the style of programming the languages are divided into three types Procedure   structure  OOPL 1960’s A! GOL 1970’s

  • No loops    COBOL
  • No arrays   BASIC
  • NO dynamic    ‘C’
  • Memory allocation

Problems in C –language:-

P1 Main ()


Int Sal = 4000;

Print f (“%d”, Sal);



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The data type's limits are not controlled at run time.

P2 Main ()


Int I = 500 * 500/500;

Print f (“%d”, i);



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Problem 2:- 

No proper implicit procedure for calculation


Long Sal = 5000;

// global variable

Main ()


Void F1()


Void F2 ()


Void Marketing Details ()


Long Sale = 500000; Sale  = Sale + Sale ;


No Security for the  ‘DATA’

  • To overcome all these problems, ANSI (American National Standard Institute) defined a set of rules called “OOPS”

  When a language supports, the following oops concepts then that language is called an object-oriented programming language (OOPL).  


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OOPS concepts:-

  1. Encapsulation (Data Hiding)
  2. Abstraction (Providing information)]
  3. Polymorphism (overloading)
  4. Inheritance


  1. Encapsulation is a concept of data hiding.
  2. Abstraction is a concept of providing full information about an entity (data binding)
  3. Polymorphism is the concept of writing more than one function with the same and different arguments.
  4. Inheritance is a concept of deriving the features from base to derived class




  • To work with OOPS concepts, classes, and objects are required.
  • Classes are a logical representation
  • An object is a physical representation

  As, A class is a collection of

  1. Fields: private data of classes is called a field.
  2. Properties: it defines the look and feel of an object
  3. Methods: when an object can do is called a method
  4. Events: what a user can do with an object is called an “event”
  • The instance of classes is called as an object

Instance means copy  

Syntax to write a class:

  Class C1 Name


Private int x,y;

Private String s;

Public void print ();


Return type


Private and public are assessed specifiers

 arrrow which provides the scope of risibility  

Syntax to create an object:-


Logical Diagram on class and object:-


      Test obj = new Test()  

  • Object can access only public data.
  • Object can not access private data


EX 1: 

on Classes and objects:-


Classes must be declared in GD only.

  • Open windows form Application project
  • Place a button
  • Code in GD (Before button 1 click)
Classes Test


Private int x, y ;

// fields    (or) 

Reference types

Public void Read  (int a, int b)

//a and b  are     value types,

local variables.


x =a;

y =b;


Public void print ()


Int K = x +y ;

Message Box >show (“The sum is ” + K);




//test Code for Button 1



Test  t1 = new Test () T1.Read (10,20);

T1.Print (10,20);

T1.Print ();

// output is ‘30’

Test  t2 = new Test ();

T2.print ();

// output is ‘0’

Test t3  = new Test ();

T3.print ();


Test t3 = t1;

T3.print ();

//output is ‘30’


Execute the project


  1. Fields of a class are also called Instance variables.
  2. In by default, every class will be inherited from System. object class
  3. System. object class contains four methods
  4. Get Hash code ()
  5. Get Type ()
  6. Equals ()
  7. To string ()
  8. In C# .net every class contains a minimum of 4 methods.


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