c# ReferenceEquals() on value types

int ten=10;
System.Console.WriteLine(object.ReferenceEquals(ten, ten)) ; // prints False

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Why? ten is an int32, i.e. a struct instance. Copy-by-value. So 2 new instances of the struct instance are created on stack, with obviously different addresses.

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