In this video we tackle a question that may have been nagging you … if classes require an instance to be created before it can be used, then in our earliest use of the Console class, how is it that we never had to create an instance of the class before utilizing its methods (WriteLine, ReadLine, etc.)? The reason is because those methods were defined as static methods. Bob explains how and why you would create static methods, as well as entire classes, in your applications.
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