In this lesson you will learn about variables in C#. Variables are very important to learn since you will be using them all the time when you create any C# application.
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I find when I code in C# my IDE (Visual Studio) throws little "info/warnings" when I use camel case and telling me to use the proper naming convention of the Pascal Case… So I moved from camelCase to PascalCase to avoid those annoying notifications/underlines
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So I was looking for training mimic for a demo lesson and I really liked how you present things, however, as a veteran C# engineer, I must say that using var is not being lazy, it's clean code MUST. Usually it really doesn't matter what type a variable is, it's way more important to name it clearly. That being said, I am on a fence whether using var should be taught from the beginning.
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Now, I know why so many folks type 'double' all the time. double variables don't need the letter after the value.
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how do you resave a variable? lets say i altered the information in a variable called "name" and made it all caps and now want to save the new information in the same variable "name" . am having problems resaving/rewriting the info.
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