How to provide a default value for a Auto-Implemented Properties in C# ?

In C# , when you are using an Auto-Implemented Properties , you can use the constructor of the class to set the default value for that property.

For example ,

class Movie 
{
    public Movie()
    {
        MovieName = "Thuppaki";
    }
    public string MovieName { get; set; }
}

In the above example , the Auto-Implemented Property MovieName’s default property is set in the construtor of the class Movie.

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