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

ali raafat
ali raafat
444 Points

i need the method name

Apple.IPhone.Dialer.Dial(string phoneNumber);

Marcus Wallén
Marcus Wallén
7,884 Points

Dial is the method name in this case.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,573 Points

:point_right: The naming rule is Namespace.Class.Method().

And only the Namespace can contain periods itself. So going from right to left, everything after the last period is the Method, and between the last two periods is the Class, and everything else is the Namespace.