Justin Ryndak5,134 Points
Why Method instead of calling them functions?
Is their something deeper to this reason for calling them methods or is terminology just specific to C#?
Jennifer NordellTreehouse Staff
Hi there, Justin Ryndak ! This is a great question and something that trips up many. Just as all thumbs are fingers, but not all fingers are thumbs, all methods are functions, but not all functions are methods. A "method" is a function that is defined on a object as opposed to a sort of free-floating function. This is true for object-oriented languages of all types and is not specific to C#. This is something you will likely hear and see many times over and people tend to use them a bit interchangeably although they are not necessarily interchangeable.
All methods are functions. The only difference is semantics. They are functions attached to an object.
Hope this helps!