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Object-Oriented Programming in C# .NET - Part 2

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7 Jul 2011CPOL
In this part of the article, I will continue my discussion on OOP by discussing methods, properties and access modifiers.

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Morteza Giti
Software Developer (Senior)
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Iran (Islamic Republic of)
I'm a software engineer specialized in .NET framework. I've developed applications in such technologies as Console Applications, Windows Forms, WPF, Web Forms, MVC, Silverlight and Xamarin Forms. I also create and publish my multimedia courses at provid.ir and softdevwithmorteza.wordpress.com.
Some of my courses inclue Design Patterns in C#, OOP Principles, SOLID Principles, High Quality Coding Principles, Anti-patterns, Refactoring, TDD, DDD, .NET Core and so on.

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