I am new to C#. I have an application which calls a DataBaseIO class method to read through an SQL database table. This method creates a new instance of a User object and populates the instance with data read from the input table. In debug I can see that the instance is updated with the correct data.
However when control returns from this DataBaseIO method to the calling method ,the object is null. The calling method is in source Transaction.cs and the object is created in DataBaseIO.cs. How can I pass the object back to the calling method in Transaction.cs ?
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