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C# is a statically typed, compiled programming language with support for object-oriented programming which was designed to be used with the .NET Framework.

C# is commonly used for developing desktop applications, mobile applications, web applications, and back-end services.

Key features of C# are its type safety and memory management, which make it a reliable choice for building complex applications.

Additionally, C# offers a wide range of programming features, including LINQ for querying data, asynchronous programming using async/await, and support for functional programming concepts like lambda expressions.

C#‘s large and active community has contributed to a large range of third-party libraries and frameworks, including:

  • ASP.NET for web development
  • Unity for game development
  • Xamarin and MAUI for mobile development