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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Why is it legal for a class to declare a non static field of same type as the class but the same is not allowed in structs.

But a static field of same type is allowed in struct. 

Ex:


class A

{

     public A;    --- allowed

}

struct A

{

     public A;    --- not allowed

}

struct A

{

     public static A;    --- allowed

}


Thanks.




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