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  <header>C# documentation</header>
  <a href="#Introduction_to_C#" class="nav-link">Introduction to C#</a>
  <a href="#What's_inside_a_C#_program" class="nav-link">What's inside a C# program</a>
  <a href="#Hello_world_your_first_program" class="nav-link">Hello world your first program</a>
  <a href="#General_structure_of_a_C#_program" class="nav-link">General structure of a C# program</a>
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    <p>C# is a type-safe object-oriented language.</p> 
    <p>It enables developers to build robust applications that run in the .NET ecosystem.</p>
  <section class="main-section" id="What's_inside_a_C#_program">
    <header>What's inside a C# program</header>
    <p>The general structure of a C# program is discussed below.</p>
  <section class="main-section" id="Hello_world_your_first_program"><header>Hello world your first program</header>
    <p>The first line contains a comment indicated by <code>//</code>.</p>
    <p>You can comment out a block of text by enclosing it between <code>/*</code> and <code>*/</code> characters</p>
    <p> a c# console application must contain a <code>main</code> method which controls the start and end</p> 
    <p> The main method can be declared in different ways. One way is to return <code>void</code></p>
  <section class="main-section" id="General_structure_of_a_C#_program"><header>General structure of a C# program</header>
    <p>C# programs can consist of one or more files.Each file can contain 0 or more namespaces.</p>
    <p>Namespaces can contain types such as: 
  <section class="main-section" id="C#_coding_conventions"><header>C# coding conventions</header>
    <p>Coding conventions have the following purposes:</p>
    <p>They create a consistent look to code.They make understanding quicker by making assumptions based on previous experience.</p>
    <p>They also enable copying, changing and maintaining code. Finally, they demonstrate C# best practices.</p>



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