Writing a C# program


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Writing a C# program

C# is a very popular programming language for writing .NET applications. Many people consider it the de facto language for .NET, and rarely consider using the other in-box languages. For most of the examples in this course, I will be using C#, so this is a good time to explore the basics of the C# language and its code editor. I'm inside Visual Studio, and I've opened this project called CSharpEditor. I'm going to double-click on this Program.cs file to open it up in the code editor, and then we're going to start writing our code here on my machine on line 11 in this static void Main method, which, since this is a console application, is considered the starting point of the app.

I just pressed the Enter key to enter a new line of code. You'll notice that on the left margin there's a yellow marker over there now. That signifies that I have made a change since I've opened this file, but I haven't saved the changes yet. If I save the file by clicking on this...

Writing a C# program
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Writing a C# program provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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