4 December 2010

OUTPUT PARAMETER IN C#

OUTPUT PARAMETER IN C#

An output parameter is used for output parameter passing. An output parameter is similar to a reference parameter except that the initial value of the caller-provided argument is unimportant. An output parameter is declared with the out modifier. The following example shows the use of out parameters.
using System;
class Test
{
static void Divide(int x, int y, out int result, out int remainder) {
result = x / y;
remainder = x % y;
}
static void Main() {
int res, rem;
Divide(10, 3, out res, out rem);
Console.WriteLine("{0} {1}", res, rem); // Outputs "3 1"
}

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