Defining Simple Anoymous Type in C#

Published on June 21, 2015 by abundantcode

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To define an anonymous type in C# , we can use the var keyword . The syntax for defining the anonymous type in C# is as follows

var <variableName> = <Non-NULL Value>

Eg:

var WebsiteName = "Abundantcode.com";

In the MSIL , the above code is similar to

string WebsiteName = "Abundantcode.com";

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