What are functions ?
Functions in C# are a means of providing blocks of code that can be executed at any point in an application.
For example, you could have a function that calculates the maximum value in an array. You can use this function from any point in your code, and use the same lines of code in each case. Because you only need to supply this code once, any changes you make to it will affect this calculation wherever it is used. This function can be thought of as containing reusable code.
Functions also have the advantage of making your code more readable, as you can use them to group related code together. This way, your application body itself can be made very short, as the inner workings of the code are separated out. This is similar to the way in which you can collapse regions of code together in the IDE using the outline view, and it gives a more logical structure to your application.
Functions can also be used to create multipurpose code, enabling them to perform the same operations on varying data. You can supply a function with information to work with in the form of parameters, and you can obtain results from functions in the form of return values.