After a bit of advice here, regarding best practice coding – I am still a beginner with regards to C#. I have been reading on how using blocks are essential for disposing objects and attempting to implement these.
My question however, is if you are declaring and initialising a variable, should this be in a using block also?
I have tested and it seems to compile fine. But would appreciate peoples thoughts on this.
Using blocks are only helpful with objects that implement the
IDisposable interface. It roughly translates to having a try…finally block that disposes the object in the finally. You can see more detail here.
Answered By – Tim
Answer Checked By – Mildred Charles (AngularFixing Admin)