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In the below code:

object Wed1 = 8;
object Wed2 = Wed1;
Wed1 = 10;
Console.WriteLine("Wed1 : " +Wed1.ToString());
Console.WriteLine("Wed2 : " +Wed2.ToString());

Output is:

Wed1 : 10
Wed2 : 8

Why isn't it

Wed1 : 10
Wed2 : 10

ie, why isn't it treated like reference type values?
Updated 16-Jan-11 22:12pm

You are showing the output is as it is and then asking why it isn't exactly as it is.

I think you need to alter the question.

And they are not reference objects because you haven't referenced them, merely outputted to consol.

They are Value Types, not Reference Types.

Reference Types[^]

Value Types[^]

Check them out.
Jyothikarthik_N 17-Jan-11 4:12am
Thank you, that was a typo.
A very good question.

Object is a Alias for a Class Object in .Net Framework.

though Object itself is a class so treated as a ref. type but while assigning any value to Object of class Object, It boxes value inside and after that it's no more a ref. type.

See THIS[^] you will get better idea.

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