Welcome to C#:
Welcome to C#. Let’s begin!
What do you want to construct? You can probably build it in C# if you can name it. So, let’s start Introduction to C#.
Interactive websites, mobile apps, video games, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), desktop applications, and back-end services, to name a few, can all benefit from this programming language. The mobile game Pokemon Go and the Stack Overflow website, for example, were created using C# frameworks (Unity and ASP.NET, respectively).
C# is a general purpose object oriented programming language with multiple paradigms. It was designed for Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) in 2000 by Microsoft.for its .NET framework and also approved by ECMA and ISO.
C# has multiple points that make web development solutions faster as well as easier. Some of these are garbage collection, scalability support, type safety, easier type declarations etc.
In Introduction to C#, learning C# (pronounced “cee sharp”) can help you become a better programmer even if you already know a programming language:
- If you’re familiar with Java, you’ll recognise how C# programmes are constructed—by defining objects that interact with one another, making code reusable and manageable.
Features of C#:
C# is an object oriented language. This means that development is easier if there are long codes in large projects as compared to procedure oriented programming languages.. C# programmes can organize by using functions to break them down into smaller chunks. This simplifies the program’s comprehension. It is quite simple to use C# as it has various features and functionalities. Moreover, it provides a structured approach that makes the program easier to understand. C# is a language that is automatically scalable and updatable. So, the old files are updated and replaced on a regular basis.
Here are some useful tools to help you along your journey!
Setting up an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) can be difficult for beginners. The Online Compiler will enable you to run your code inside your browser without the need to install an IDE. If you need a more detailed explanation of a specific topic, the best place to find answers is in the Official Documentation.