In this code snippet, we’ll learn about constructors in C#.
A constructor is a method that gets called when a class is initialized. We can pass arguments into the constructor method and then use them inside the method to initialize the properties of the class. A class can have multiple constructors as they are methods and can thus be overloaded.
A destructor is the opposite of a constructor. It’s a method that gets called just before an instance of a class will get garbage collected(removed from memory) and you can use it to “clean up” by disposing of streams, network connections, unsubscribing from events, etc…
Let’s look at the code example below to see how to implement a constructor.