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C#

Md shujaul Haque
Md shujaul Haque
839 Points

return new contentResult() dont understand this concept

retrun new contentResutl();

why we use "new" for method ? did not understand this concept

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,415 Points

This is a special method known as a "constructor". The "new" keyword indicates that the constructor is being used to create a new object. This new object is what the function is returning.