C# for beginners – 14. Structs


Welcome to a brand new series covering all the basics of C#. In this playlist I’m going to cover the skills you need to get started with the programming language and then move into more specific skills, such as making Windows Applications, Unity3d Games and potentially Cross platform Mobile Apps.


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  1. i wouldNT say you use a struct to create a "Custom" data type, i would rather say a "Compound" data type or "Composite" data type. the same thing appears to be the case about Classes to me, they always strike me as some kind of Composite/Compound data types, rather than a feature that truly allows us to create our OWN genuine custom data types. your examples and explanations going forward are amazing though , beautiful ????

  2. Why does this video has so many upvotes? This video failed to answer the questions that are being ask at the beginning. What an aweful trap for actual beginners.

  3. So if we started creating some employees the person has to go into the code, create a new object for a new employee and recompile? ?

  4. Anyone familiar with Unity, is this basically the same as a Scriptable Object? I've been learning about those recently and it sounds exactly the same to me. I understand that a Scriptable Object would get it's own script rather than be embedded in another script, but is that the only difference?

  5. After spending some time reading my lesson chapter from C# step by step, i like to look up video for better understanding. I spend an hour looking for a better understanding of struct and your video were easy to understand and helpful. keep up the good work.

  6. i really like the video, i think struct are useful if we imagine that we are trying to make a table for employees, name, salary, attendance, something like that, instead of repeating the title of the table, we make it in a struct

  7. Can you explain me this line of code please it's in vb.net
    Regex.Replace("ThisIsACamelCaseString", "([a-z](?=[A-Z])|[A-Z](?=[A-Z][a-z]))", "$1 ")

  8. Hi Nicholas, thank you for taking the time to share your programming knowledge. Your lessons are very good and well explained. 
    Best regards,


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