'Difference between value type and reference type '
- Value Type:
Value Types derive from System.ValueType, which is derived from System.Object.
In other words, you can say that a data type is a value type that holds data value within its own memory space.
For example, consider the following integer variable
The system stores 10 in the memory allocated for the variable 'a'.
The following data types are all of the value types:
ReferenceType doesn’t store the value directly. It Stores the address where the value is stored. In other words, you can say that reference type contains a pointer to another memory location that
points the address of any variable.