Breaking the fundamentals of C #: allocating memory for a reference type on a
This article will show the basics of internal device types, as well as an example in which the memory for the reference type will be allocated completely on the stack (this is because I am a full-stack programmer).
This article does not contain material that should be used in real projects. It is simply an extension of the boundaries in which a programming language is perceived.
Before proceeding with the story, I strongly recommend that you read the first post about StructLayout because there is an example that will be used in this article (However, as always).
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Source: in the theoretical guide, examples from the book Sasha Goldstein - Pro .NET Performace 3r-32r3273 were used.
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