sbyte C# with Example
A numeric type used to store 8-bit signed integers. sbyte is an alias for System.SByte, and takes up 1 byte of
memory. For the unsigned equivalent, use byte.
Valid range is -127 to 127 (the leftover is used to store the sign).
sbyte a = 127; // 127
sbyte b = -127; // -127
sbyte c = 200; // Error, cannot be converted
sbyte d = unchecked((sbyte)129); // -127 (overflows)
This topic try to tell us how we can write programs based on OOP approach.But we don't try to teach Object
Oriented Programming paradigm. We'll be covering following topics:
Classes,Properties,Inheritance,Polymorphism,Interfaces and so on.