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The C# programming language was first released to the public in 2000. and since that time the language has evolved through six releases to add everything, from generics to lambda expressions to asynchronous methods and string interpolation. In this eMag we have curated a collection of new and previous content that provides the reader with a solid introduction to C# 7 as it is defined today.
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