Given the code below, what is the result of the “Direct call” line and the “call via a delegate” lines? And, of course, why? For a little sport, try it without compiling the code first. 

 

public delegate void Callback();

class Program

{

    static void Main(string[] args)

    {

        MyClass my = new MyClass();

 

        //Direct call

        my.PrivateMethod();

 

        //Call via a delegate

        Callback c = my.GetCallback();

        c();

    }

}

public class MyClass

{

    public MyClass() { }

 

    public Callback GetCallback()

    {

        return new Callback(PrivateMethod);

    }

 

    private void PrivateMethod()

    {

        Console.WriteLine("Private Method");

    }

}