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    Advantages of Static class

    A static class is basically the same as a non-static class, but there is one difference: a static class cannot be instantiated. In other words, you cannot use the new keyword to create a variable of the class type. Because there is no instance variable, you access the members of a static class by using the class name itself.As is the case with all class types, the type information for a static class is loaded by the .NET Framework common language runtime (CLR) when the program that references the class is loaded. The program cannot specify exactly when the class is loaded. However, it is guaranteed to be loaded and to have its fields initialized and its static constructor called before the class is referenced for the first time in your program. A static constructor is only called one time, and a static class remains in memory for the lifetime of the application domain in which your program resides.
  • #751171
    Hello kapil,

    I think you have tried to post an article here,
    This section is only to ask questions or issues regarding .net technology and dotnetspider.
    You should post it in article section with more elaboration and detailed content.
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  • #751187
    Hi Kapil,

    It seems you have posted some kind of resource here. Please explain this in detail with some example and post it in the resource section. This will help others also. Below is the link where you can submit your articles-

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  • #751191
    Hi,

    Nice article but you can post this in Article section that could be reached most of the people those who are looking for the same, this section is only for clearing doubts purpose. So, I request you to post this in Article Section.

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  • #751205
    Hi Kapil, Thanks for such a nice information with us, Kindly as others said posst it in resource section and help to others by making clear doubts like this topics. Keep post such resources in DNS. Thanks for contributing.
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  • #751209
    Thanks to all for your Advices...

  • #751232
    Thanks for such a nice post, if you have a collection of such technical information or tips you can write a good artile/technical blog with it and deployed in our 'Article' section, if your article having a quality content then you may eligible for the Revenue cash/prize
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  • #751255
    I also post this in article section.

  • #760942
    Hi
    Kapil

    Static class canot be institate no need take new instance


    public static class emp
    {
    public static string dmp
    {

    }
    }


    We can call this

    emp.dmp

    then

    public static int a=0;

    emp.a;

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