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C# is a very powerful programming langauge by Microsoft. Its first version a.k.a. C# 1.0 released by Microsoft in June 2000 as part of its .NET framework. C# inherits many of the featurs of C, C++, Java and Visual Basic. In short C# is a general-purpose, type-safe, platform-neutral and robust object oriented programming language. The most current version of C#, as of this writting, is 4.0 and is shipped with .NET framework 4.0.

C# has been derived from the C programming language and it has many features similar to C programming language. C# also has some of the features available in Java programming language e.g. garbage collection. Also similar to Java, it is object-oriented and comes with an extensive class library, supports exception handling, multiple types of polymorphism, and separation of interfaces from implementations.

The above mentioned features, combined with C#’s powerful development tools, multi-platform support, and generics, make C# a good choice for many types of present day software development projects, large or small. C#’s strong typing helps us prevent many programming errors that are common in weak typed languages.

C# is Similar to Java and C++ in many respects, as you will see in the coming lessons. The .NET platform is centered around a Common Language Runtime (CLR - which is similar to a JVM) and a set of libraries which can be exploited by a wide variety of .NET enabled programming languages like C#, Visual Basic and F# etc.

This tutorial assumes that you are a C++ or Java developer and you want to learn the fundamentals of C# programming language.

Important:
This tutorial assumes that you have installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Infact Visual Studio 2010, like its predecessor versions of Visual Studio, is a tool-rich development environment, prviding you every tool that you may need to develop small or large scale C# projects.
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