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How I can refer to the class in another file of C# project

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asked Jul 1, 2021 by Вячеслав Перевышин (140 points)
Please tell me how I can refer to the class in another file of C# project (at onlinegdb.com) . Tried to use the word "Using" with corresponding namespace, but it gives a message that the class is not available.

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answered Sep 23, 2021 by Peter Minarik (82,920 points)

Everything that belongs to the same compilation unit is visible to everything else in the same compilation unit. You don't need to "include" a class.

Consider this:


internal class Person
    public string Name { get; set; }
    public int Age { get; set; }
    public override string ToString() => $"Person{{name: {Name}, age: {Age}}}";


using System;

internal class HelloWorld
    static void Main()
        Console.WriteLine(new Person { Name = "Tobias Moretti", Age = 61 });

This code compiles and works. In Main.cs I can use my Person class just fine.

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