30 Jan C# Introduction
C# is a high-level, object-oriented programming language designed and developed by Microsoft in 2000. The 1st version was released in 2002. Microsoft introduced C# along with .NET Framework and Visual Studio. C# is integrated into the .NET platform. The current version is C# 12.
C# is pronounced “CSharp” and it is easy to learn. If you are well-versed in C++ or Java, it would be easier to switch to C#.
The C# programming language is used mainly to,
- Develop apps
- Web apps
- Desktop apps
- Websites, etc.
The following are the features of C# that make it so powerful:
- High-level programming language
- Functional programming
- Automatic Garbage Collection
- C# can utilize LINQ through the .NET Framework
C# 11 Features
The current C# is C# 11. Let us see the new features of C#:
- Generic math support
- Generic attributes
- UTF-8 string literals
- List patterns
- Required members
- Auto-default structs
- Extended nameof scope
- Numeric IntPtr
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