A beginner friendly breakdown of creating classes and objects in C#

What is a class?

A class is a blueprint for a data-type (data-types such as string, integer, Boolean .etc). By creating a class, you are creating your own data-type.

View the example of a class below, lets work through it.

class Box {   public double Length { get; set; }   public…


type variableName = assignedValue

int — numbers / integers without decimals

double — integers with decimals

char — single characters ‘A’ with single quotes

string — text, with double quotes:

  • string: .Length, .ToUpper, .ToLower, .Concat
  • string interpolation: don’t need to include spaces in the variable — $"My full name is…

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OOP (object-oriented programming) is about creating objects that contain:

  • Data (variable defined directly in the class? => Field)
  • Methods (functions, block of code that runs only when called, can accept parameters)

OOP core concepts:

  • Encapsulation
  • Inheritance
  • Abstraction
  • Polymorphism


Methods in C# => name of method capitalised with parentheses the end. …

Beginner friendly: Sorting a string and then reversing it to return the highest possible int.

If we had the integer 1105198, we would want to sort it to 0111589, then reverse it in order to make the highest integer possible, which would be 9851110.

In JavaScript

  • Define your function with a parameter…

A breakdown of how to reverse an array of numbers using a for loop in JavaScript.

For loop diagram

Lets take the array: [11, 5, 19, 98]for example. We want the reverse: [98, 19, 5, 11]

1. Define the function and parameter for the array of numbers

function reverseArrayOfNumbers(arr){

*code body*


2. Create an empty array

This is to store the numbers in once they’ve been reversed

let reverseArray = [];

3. Create a for loop

for (let i = arr.length — 1 ; i >=0 ; i--){


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Hi, I’m Olivia and I’m currently learning how to code. It’s challenging and fun. Join me as I blog about the highs and lows.

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