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C# 10 Record Structs

C# 9 introduced a new type, record, that was an immutable reference type with value equality. The new follow-up to this feature in C# 10 was the record struct.

Without getting ahead of the content in this post too much, one of the new features of record in C# 10 is allowing the alias of record class to represent what we know of as a C# 9 record. Moving forward, I'll use this new naming to clarify which type I'm talking about.

This post discusses the new record struct: explaining potential benefits and discussing the similarities as well as differences with record

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