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C# Intermediate C# Abstraction Composition

Declaring a variable vs instantiation

With this Rezing Invader vairables of type BasicInvader and StrongInvader were created but why not instantiate to access the properties and methods?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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The internal objects (BasicInvader and StrongInvade) are created when you instantiate the ResurrectingInvader. This happens in the "game.cs" code module.