Value Type and Reference Type in C#

In this article, we will look at the difference between a value type and a reference type in the C# programming language.

C# is a strongly-typed language, meaning every variable has a specific type that determines the values it can store and the operations it can perform. There are two main categories of Types in C#: Value and Reference type.
The diagram below illustrates the different data types in C#.

Value type and reference type in C#
Value type and reference type in C#

Comparison Table: C# value type and reference type