Create object, C# default or parameterized constructor call?

Question Description: In C#, between default and parameterized constructor, which is called if you create an object of a class? For example if class is A, on object creation A obj = new A ().

Answer: No constructor will be called but compiler error on statement A obj = new A (). If we have parameterized constructor only in a class. For example

 

 

As if we write any constructor in a class, compiler does not provide its default constructor.

So, if we want to create an object of a class without parameter i.e. A obj = new A (). We have to write an empty constructor in the class.

 

 

NOTES: Rule: If you provide any constructor in a class i.e. empty or parameterized constructor to a class then compiler will not provide its default constructor in C#.