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  1. Method Signature
  2. Internal Access
  3. Params
  4. Calling Method
  5. Accessibliity
  6. Method Declaration
  7. Protected Internal Access
  8. Variable Scope
  9. Multifile Assembly
  10. Alias
  11. Overloading
  12. Local Variable
  13. Implementation hiding
  14. Reference Parameter
  15. Method Body
  16. Output Parameter
  17. Ambiguous method
  18. Protected Access
  19. Actual Parameters
  20. Value Parameter
  21. Formal Parameter
  22. Passed by Reference
  23. Static Method
  24. Nonstatic Method
  25. Nested Method Calls
  26. Private Access
  27. Return Type
  28. Code Bloat
  29. Method
  30. Public Access
  31. Parameter Array
  32. Return Statement
  33. Black Box
  1. a A local array delared within a method header.
  2. b A level of method accessiblity that limits method access to the containing class or program.
  3. c Requires an object reference to be called.
  4. d block of statements that carry out a method's work.
  5. e A variable that is declared in the current method
  6. f Keyword that is used to declare a local array in a method so the method can receive any number of arguments.
  7. g unnecessarily long or repetitive program statments.
  8. h Keeping the details of a method's operations hidden.
  9. i method accessibility that limits method access to the containing program, containing class, or types derived from the containing class.
  10. j A level of method accessiblity that allows unlimited access to a method.
  11. k a method that calls another method.
  12. l The method receives a copy of the value passed to it.
  13. m Any device you can use without knowing how it works internally.
  14. n Composed a method's name and parameter list.
  15. o Can be called without referring to an object.
  16. p an encapsulated series of statements that carry out a task.
  17. q A paremeter within a method header that accepts a value.
  18. r The method receives the paramters's address. The parameter does not need to have a value assigned..
  19. s Arguments within a method call.
  20. t Causes a value to be sent back from a method to its calling method.
  21. u A group of files containing methods that work together to create an application.
  22. v Method calls placed inside other method calls.
  23. w When data is passed in this manner to a method, the method receives the mermory address of the argument passed to it.
  24. x The area where a variable is known and can be used.
  25. y A level of method accessibility that limits method access to the containing class.
  26. z Method header or method definition.
  27. aa Sets the limits as to whether and how other methods can use your method.
  28. ab The method receives the parameter's address. The parameter must also have already been assigned a value.
  29. ac Alternate names or pseudonms
  30. ad Overloaded methods for which the compiler cannot determine which one to use.
  31. ae 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.
  32. af A level of method accessiblity that limits method access to the containing class or types derived from the containing class.
  33. ag Indicates what kind of value a method will return to any other method that calls it.