In this video we look at a object and collection initializers. They work similarly to an initialized array, where we’re able to set the properties of a newly created object or multiple instances of new objects in a new collection in essentially one line of code. We’ll begin by demonstrating object initializers and then show how to use collection initializers … In some ways it’s similar to a constructor that populates the properties of a newly instance of an object. However, unlike a constructor, you can pick and choose which properties to populate in any combination. We’ll also demonstrate some advanced scenarios like nested initializers and more.
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