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The Basics of C#: A "HelloWorld" Application


C# is part of Microsoft's evolutionary .NET environment. It has collected the best features and aspects of many other programming languages including Visual Basic and C++. In this article James will show us how to create and compile a simple "HelloWorld" C# console application.

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By: James Yang
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January 09, 2002
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · The Basics of C#: A "HelloWorld" Application
  2. · Hello World Example
  3. · HelloWorld source code explained
  4. · Simple C# language features
  5. · Conclusion

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If you haven't already, then hopefully this article has given you some incentive to take a look at Microsoft's C# development language, as well as the .NET framework. C# is a great programming language and is fairly easy to lean if you’re willing to give it some time and effort.

If you'd like to learn it in its entirety, then you should consider purchasing some of the books shown below.


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