Nuestro buen amigo Javier Caceres nos comparte su artículo:
Differences between C# Auto-Implemented Properties and Properties
Sometime ago a good friend of mine asked me about the differences between auto-implemented properties and standard properties but due we were in a rush it was no possible to make some time for explaining.
Simply put, the compiler creates the internal object and the accessors (get and set operations) for the auto-implemented properties so they’re mutable and after declaration the client code can change the values. This is an example of auto-implemented properties:
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Fernando García Loera (Community Program Manager – Latin America Region)
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