dansherm (1) [Avatar] Offline
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In the section entitled "Myth #3" I get what you are saying in the first paragraph about the reference type. I don't get what you are saying in the second paragraph. The word "reference" is used too often to mean (I think) more than one thing. I take "reference" to mean a pointer to the underying object data. In light of this I understand that the object is never actually passed anywhere - only the pointer is passed. Please explain the sentence that starts with "When a reference type is involved...".