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C# C# Objects Methods Return Values



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The issue is this line:

Point = new Point(8, 5);

The first Point should not be capitalized. Point is the name of a class, point is the name of a variable holding an instance of that class. So you can't use those interchangeably.

If you fix it like this:

point = new Point(8, 5);

Then that error should go away.