This chapter teaches you how C# applications can be created with simple text editors, such as Notepad. You also examined several alternatives to Visual Studio for writing code.

You built your very first C# application. C# applications, regardless of their size, must contain a class with a function called Main(). The Main() function is the starting point of your C# application.

You also learned how you can add comments to your C# source code. You can add comments to your code to help other developers understand how your source code is structured. You can also format your comments in such a way that the C# compiler can turn the comments into an

XML document; and by adding special keywords, you can make the XML document very rich and informative.

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