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My interviewer asked the below question on me that is

Create class for HelloWorld ?

and my answer was below

C#
public class fnhelloworld()
{
     MessageBox.Show("Hello World");
}

is it right ?

Regards,

Peer Mohammed.A
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Updated 26-May-14 19:41pm
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Richard MacCutchan 27-May-14 4:10am    
Since we don't know what the interviewer wanted it's difficult to be certain. But even though you used the class keyword, you created a method, not a class.

No,try below
C#
public class fnhelloworld
{
    public fnhelloworld()
	{
          MessageBox.Show("Hello World");
	}
}


And read the Documentation first
Classes (C# Programming Guide)[^]
 
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it is wrong class doen't contain ()

Class can be created like this.. :)

C#
public class HelloWorld
      {
          public string HelloWorldSyntax { get; set; }

      }


here i have created HelloWorld class with HelloWorldSyntax string property.. :)

Introduction to C# classes[^]
 
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