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Hi,
 
How the memory is allocated in C# objects?
"I read that the variables memory is allocated in the stack and the object memory is allocated in the Heap"
I little confused with above statements, that is the variable declaration and initialization is taken place inside the object So, the Heap memory should contain the stack memory(Is it true?).
Which is the certain way to understand the above statements? How it happens?
Please clarify
 
--Sowraaj
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