If I have a class which has only methods in it, do I still need to instantiate the class first before I can call one of the methods?
Is there a way to avoid this and still have other code in other files? (I come from the old fashioned old world of non-OOP programming and assembly language.)
What happens internally behind the scenes when I instantiate a class of this form? What happens if I instantiate more than one copy of a class which only contains code? Does it make separate copies of the code, or is it somehow smart to know it doesn't need to do that?
static void Main()
MyProcs x = new MyProcs() // Do I have to do this just to run code?