C# is a programming language developed by Microsoft for building a variety of applications that run on the .NET framework. The .NET framework is a software development platform that provides a runtime environment for executing applications, as well as a set of libraries and tools for building and deploying those applications.
C# is a modern, object-oriented language that is designed to be simple, powerful, and easy to learn. It is commonly used to build Windows applications, web applications, and mobile applications, as well as to create games and other types of software. C# is based on the C and C++ programming languages, and it shares many of their features, including a syntax that will be familiar to programmers who have worked with those languages.
The .NET framework provides a rich set of libraries and tools for building applications with C#, including support for databases, web services, and networking. It also includes a garbage collector, which automatically manages the memory used by C# programs, and a security model that helps to protect against malicious code.
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