What is boxing? What is the benefits and disadvantages of it?

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Boogster

  • Jun 5th, 2007
 

Boxing is converting a value-type to reference type. An example is converting an integer value to an object value.

Ex:
   int intValue = 10;
   object obj = (object)intValue;

This is used if you want to pass variables of object types to certain functions or methods you have created. Commonly used in events for example (Object sender...).

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