C# C# Objects Object-Oriented Programming Object Initialization

Mohammed Almahruqi
Mohammed Almahruqi
751 Points

what is the different between instences and object? I mean in English Language and Programming language.

I am Arabic man some time is difficult to understand something if I do not know the correct meaning because the meaning will be different When you learn a certain science from the linguistic meaning

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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Even in Englsh, words used in programming often have a different meaning than they would have in normal conversation. Native English speakers often have to get used to programming vocabulary.

From a programming standpoint, an "instance" is the same thing as an "object". The word "instance" would be normally used when some additional information is given, such as the class that the object is based on. For example:

"The object named disc is an instance of the circle class".