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method accessibility that limits method access to the containing program, containing class, or types derived from the containing class.
A level of method accessiblity that limits method access to the containing class or types derived from the containing class.
A level of method accessiblity that limits method access to the containing class or program.
Passed by Reference
When data is passed in this manner to a method, the method receives the mermory address of the argument passed to it.
The method receives the parameter's address. The parameter must also have already been assigned a value.
The method receives the paramters's address. The parameter does not need to have a value assigned..
Keyword that is used to declare a local array in a method so the method can receive any number of arguments.
Involves using one term to indicate diverse meanings. When you do this to a C# method, you write multiple methods with the same name but different parameter lists.