C# Auto-Implemented Properties
C# 3.0 includes a concept of auto-implemented properties that requires no code inside get and set methods of the class properties. It makes code concise and readable.
The C# compiler creates private fields correspond to the properties and are accessible using the get and set methods.
Let's see an example of Auto-Implemented Properties.
C# Auto-Implemented Properties Example
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