Anonymous Types

Learn about types without any name.


C# supports anonymous types in addition to methods.

Anonymous types are like regular classes, but they don’t have user-defined names. We use the var keyword, along with the object initializer, to create an anonymous type:

var person = new { Name = "John", Age = 27 };

Now, the person variable contains a reference to an anonymous object:

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