What is the main difference between a value type and a reference type?

Here is the answer of the question: What is the main difference between a value type and a reference type?

  • A value type can be any primitive type, while reference types must be type-agnostic.
  • A value type refers to another value, while a reference type refers to a value in memory.
  • A value type stores an actual value, while a reference type is a pointer to a value.
  • A value type is available only at runtime, while a reference type is available only at compile time.

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