Programming Tip of the Day – Difference between Value Type and Reference Type
Value type -> A variable which holds data in its location.
Reference Type -> A variable which holds a pointer to another location which holds the data.
Examples in C#:
Numeric variables, structures are value types
String, Arrays, and class are reference types
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