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I want to know that If my code is
Entity account=new Entity("account");
what happen if I am not used guid .what the 2 line meanining and why it is decalare when we define entity.
This is because the system "helps" developers to write less code, for example:
Entity newAccount = new Entity("account");
newAccount["name"] = "TEST";
this should work.
My question is what error will come if I am not using guide declaration.
Please test the code I provided, I think it should work without the guid.
If you are not using a guid in the declaration, you will receive an error on compile time, that you cannot convert the type "System.Guid" to the type that you will use.
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