Extending class definitions with partial classes in C# .NET

The ‘partial’ keyword helps you divide your classes into multiple files within the same namespace. One obvious usage of partial classes is to split the definition of a large type into smaller chunks. You cannot just use the partial keyword with classes but methods as well.

The partial classes will reside in two – or more – different cs files in the same namespace. Say you have a partial Customer class in the project-name/domains folder:

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Extending class definitions with partial classes in C# .NET

The ‘partial’ keyword helps you divide your classes into multiple files within the same namespace. One obvious usage of partial classes is to split the definition of a large type into smaller chunks. You cannot just use the partial keyword with classes but methods as well.

The partial classes will reside in two – or more – different cs files in the same namespace. Say you have a partial Customer class in the project-name/domains folder:

Read more of this post

Extending class definitions with partial classes in C# .NET

The ‘partial’ keyword helps you divide your classes into multiple files within the same namespace. One obvious usage of partial classes is to split the definition of a large type into smaller chunks. You cannot just use the partial keyword with classes but methods as well.

The partial classes will reside in two – or more – different cs files in the same namespace. Say you have a partial Customer class in the project-name/domains folder:

Read more of this post

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