Are you a programmer looking to dip your toes into a new language? Or are you starting from scratch and trying to find the best language to cut your teeth on. Whether you are a fresh-faced junior or a hardened FORTRAN veteran, C# is a fantastic language for people who need a general-purpose, object oriented language. But despite it’s reasonably low barrier of entry. it may not be for everyone.
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