C# Enum: How to use enumeration type in C#?

What is an enum in C#?

An enum, or enumeration, is a value type in C# that consists of a set of named constants called the members of the enum. Enums are useful when you have a fixed set of values that a variable can take on, such as the days of the week or a set of predefined options.

Enums are value types, so they are stored in the stack rather than the heap. This means that they are faster to access than reference types, but they also take up more memory.

In this post, we will learn the proper usage of an enum in c# with multiple examples.

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