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Object literals: Typescript for C# Programmers
Object literals: Typescript for C# Programmers

We begin the discussion of object-oriented programming by discussing the syntax and use of object literals. Object literals are not instances of classes; they stand on their own.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Developer Programming Languages Visual Studio

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