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C# is a multi-paradigm programming language with strong typing, functional, generic, OOP and component oriented programming disciplines.

The core syntax of C# is similar to other C-style languages (such as C, C++ and Java)

  • Semicolons at the end of statements
  • Curly brackets to group statements
  • Variables are assigned with an equals(=) sign, but are compared with two equals (==) signs.
  • Square brackets are used with arrays