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As a tailor-made new programming language for Microsoft .NET Framework, C# (C Sharp) has both the powerful functions of C/C++ and user-friendly characteristics of Visual Basic. And now, it has evolved to 6.0, with various features emerging in endlessly. While it’s rare to find C# teaching materials that can stand up to scrutiny on the market, and this might be because the reference on MSDN has been pretty comprehensive.