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Ranvir Sahota9,844 Points
Rewatching don't understand: "another name for a type in C# is a class"
A class is a blueprint for when an instance of that class is created. String, int, doubles, floats, booleans are all datatypes. So how can type and class be used interchangeably when they are two different things? Did I miss something?