- Introduction to OOP in C#: Classes - Page 1

       by kirupa  |  5 January 2007

In the real world, you categorize and sub-categorize your environment based on the objects that can be found in it. For example, you have a chair which can be categorized as furniture. Your refrigerator can be categorized as an appliance. There are many such examples where a specific object is classified by a more general category. 

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at

It’s odd that nobody had hit this page since 2014 when the discourse-version of these forums went live. It’s also odd to see a “written by” date of 2007. Seems like a lifetime ago at this point :stuck_out_tongue: