Passing by Value

In this lesson we will discuss the pass by value way of passing a parameter to a method in C#

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In C#, arguments can be passed to parameters either by value or by reference.

If parameters are passed as value type then a new copy of it will be created before passing to the function.

Meaning, for a value type parameter, if the function changes the parameter value then the original variable does not get changed.


Let’s take a look at an example in which value arguments are passed by value.

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