C # (C-sharp) - An object-oriented programming language


C # (C-sharp) is an object-oriented programming language developed by Microsoft as part of the .NET platform. The language development is led by Anders Hejlsberg, recruited from Borland, where he created TurboPascal and was the chief architect of Delphi.

Officially, the language is based on C ++, but it largely resembles Java.

Program code written in C # is converted by a compiler into a so-called CIL code (formerly called MSIL code), which is a sort of byte code that is then run in a virtual machine, CLR (Common Language Runtime). This is similar to how Java works, where the program code is also converted into a byte code running in a virtual machine. However, the language byte codes are not compatible.

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