Exercises for OOP in C# .NET lessons 17-18
The following exercises will help you put your knowledge of OOP in C# .NET to the test, based off of what you've learned from previous lessons. Try to solve them on your own, but know that you could always download the working solutions under the article. Nonetheless, beware that when you view the solution without solving the exercise, you won't learn anything
If you find yourself stuck at some point, you should always try going back to check previous tutorials first and figure the problem out by yourself.
Create a User class to be used in an online dating service. The User class will have the
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Solved programmer tasks in C# .NET on the topics of enums, indexers and delegates. Tasks are ordered by difficulty. Solutions are available for download.
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