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Beginning C# 6.0 Programming with Visual Studio 2015 by Jon D. Reid, Jacob Vibe Hammer, Benjamin Perkins

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Chapter 13Additional C# Techniques

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In this chapter, you continue exploring the C# language by looking at a few bits and pieces that haven't quite fit in elsewhere. Anders Hejlsberg (the inventor of C#) and others at Microsoft continue to update and refine the language. At the time of this writing, the most recent changes are part of version 6 of the C# language, which is released as part of the Visual Studio 2015 product line, along with .NET 4.6. At this point in the book, you might be wondering what else could be needed; indeed, previous versions of C# lack little in terms of functionality. However, this doesn't mean that it isn't possible to make some aspects of C# programming easier, or that the relationships between C# and other technologies can't be streamlined.

You also make some final modifications to ...

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