C# Private Constructor (with example)

A Private Constructor is an instance constructor used to prevent creating an instance of a class if it has no instance fields or methods. It is used in classes that contain only static members.

In this article, we will explore the concept of a private constructor, its uses, and how it can be implemented in C# programming.

CSharp Private Constructor
C# Private Constructor


Copy Constructor in C# with Code Examples


In object-oriented programming, a copy constructor plays a crucial role in creating a new object by copying the variables from an existing object. 

Copy constructor allows us to initialize a fresh instance with the values of an already existing instance. Although C# doesn’t inherently provide a copy constructor, we can create one according to our specific requirements.

In this article, we’ll try to understand the concept of Copy constructors in C# with examples.

Copy Constructor in C#
Copy Constructor in C#