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C# Reference

C# Reference
This section provides reference material about C# keywords, operators, compiler errors, and warnings. C# Keywords Provides links to information about C# keywords and syntax. C# Operators Provides links to information about C# operators and syntax. C# Preprocessor Directives Provides links to information about compiler commands for embedding in C# source code. C# Compiler Options Includes information about compiler options and how to use them. C# Compiler Errors Includes code snippets that demonstrate the cause and correction of C# compiler errors and warnings. C# Language Specification Provides pointers to the latest version of the C# Language Specification in Microsoft Word format.

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