What are Enumerations ?

Published on October 9, 2012 by abundantcode

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Enumeration are like a group of integer constants where each of the symbols in the enumeration stands for an integer value starting from 0 (by default).

You can create an Enum in C# with the keyword enum like the below example

   enum Designation 
    { 
    Trainee,
    SoftwareEngineer,
    SeniorSoftwareEngineer,
    Architect,
    Manager
    };
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