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C# is a modern, object-oriented, general-purpose programming language that is part of the C family of languages, which includes C and C++.

C# was developed by Microsoft and is mainly used for developing applications that run on the .NET platform

C# is a high-level language, which means it abstracts away many low-level details of hardware and memory management. C and C++ are lower-level languages, which give more control and access to system resources and hardware

C# has automatic memory management, which means it uses a garbage collector to allocate and deallocate memory for objects. C and C++ have manual memory management, which means the programmer has to explicitly allocate and free memory using pointers

C# is used by these applications

ASP.NET: A framework for building dynamic web pages and web applications.

Xamarin: A platform for developing cross-platform mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows.

Unity: A game engine for creating 2D and 3D games and interactive content.

WPF: A framework for building rich user interfaces for Windows desktop applications.

Entity Framework: An object-relational mapper (ORM) that enables developers to work with relational data using domain objects.

PowerShell: A scripting language and shell for automating tasks and managing systems.

Here is an example of C#

				using System; 

                                class Program 
                                    static void Main(string[] args)
declaration { Console.WriteLine("Hello"); } }