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C# C# Basics (Retired) Console I/O Namespaces

is the name of the class in the following method call. StackOverflow.Controllers.CommentController.Details();

is the name of the class in the following method call.

StackOverflow.Controllers.CommentController.Details();

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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A fully-qualified method name is: namespace.class.method.

All the parts are separated by periods, and only the namespace can contain periods.

So reading right-to-left (:point_left:this way:point_left:), between the parentheses and the last period is the method name, then from there to the previous period is the class name, and everything before that is the namespace (including any other periods).

I'll bet you can get it now without an explicit spoiler!