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Default Constructor and reference question

Hello

I have two questions.

1. Is it possible to call base constructor in the body of the current constructor?
I want code like this:

class MyClass
{
    public MyClass()
    {
        // some code here
        base();
    }
}

2. I don't understand this code. I have an object that returns reference to the DataTable it contains. I am wondering how come that in following code t variable remains valid:

void MyClass()
{
    DataTable t;

    void SomeFunc(){
       using ( ObjectWithTable owt = new ObjectWithTable() )
       {
            t = owt.Table;
       }

    }
}

The GC will free the owt as soon as it exits the using statement, but I can still access its table over t.

Thanks.






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