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OOP best practices using .NET

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I am fairly new to OOP so I am asking for advise as I develop my program to make sure I understand what I am doing.

Is it better to completely initialize a class via it's constructor and then use it's properties to supply it's methods with values?  For example if I have ClassA and I create an object of classB inside ClassA, should I use classB(object initilzer) and then inside classB call it's own methods using this.methodName() and use the properties of the local class to provide values?  Or, should each function of the class accept parameters from calling classes to initialize it's local variables?
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