C# Destructor1 min read

A destructor is the opposite of a constructor. A destructor destroys the object of a class as soon as the scope of an object ends. It is also invoked automatically just like a constructor.

The destructor cannot have parameters nor modifiers.

Syntax of destructor in C#

The destructor has the exact same name as the class, the difference is, it is prefixed with a tilde sign (~).

let us see an example of a destructor in C#.


Example of constructor and destructor in C#

Output:

1101 Shaun 80.5
1102 Garen 90
Destructor invoked
Destructor invoked


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