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

Hello, what is the name of the namespace in the following method call? Adobe.Illustrator.Canvas.Paint();

Hello can someone help me please. i think it should be Adobe.Illustrator.Cavas the orect answer.

1 Answer

Keenan Johnson
Keenan Johnson
13,841 Points

In this example, this is your breakdown:

Namespace: Adobe.Illustrator
Class: Canvas
Method: Paint()

Convention separates these three by periods, so the method will always be last, the class will always be directly before the method, and the namespace will always be directly before that. Think of them as cascading down. A method is a part of a class, a class is a part of a namespace, and a namespace contains classes and methods. Hope that helps!

Icke Code
Icke Code
550 Points

Thanks Keenan, nice explanation!