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A method is declared using a method signature and method body. The signature portion is responsible for providing the access modifier, method return type, the method name, and the list of parameters. The body contains the implementation for what the method is intended to do. Each method signature component is explained here: Access modifier - this is used to control the accessibility of the method (from where it can be called) private - most restrictive and allows access to the method only from within the containing class or struct public - least restrictive, allowing access from any code in the application protected - allows for access from within the containing class or from within derived classes internal - accessible from files within the same assembly static - indicates the method is a static member of the class rather than a member of an instance of a specific object Return type - used to indicate what type the method will return. Use void if the method will not return a value or any supported data type Method name - all methods need a name so you know what to call in code. Identifier rules apply to methods names as well Parameter list - a comma separated list of parameters to accept arguments passed into the method

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