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Learn about the different data types available C#. Part 3 of 5.
In this video, we will discuss and define the various data types in C# and how and when they can be used. In part two, we'll look at some of the fields and methods available to data types, such as minimum and maximum values, and also different ways to format the output of data types. In part three, we'll look at even more data types in C#. This time we'll learn about Char, String, Boolean, and Objects. In part four, we'll look at examples of some of the non-numeric data types discussed in the previous video. We'll focus on chars and strings here. In the final video, we'll continue looking at string data types and escape characters. You'll also see examples of using Boolean data types and Object data types.