C# is a static programming language which lets us write code that runs atop Microsoft's .NET framework. C# has more features and capabilities than Java, but since it is owned by Microsoft, it means that you may find yourself paying money for your IDE, server operating system, etc.
C# is object oriented and its syntax is very similar to Java.
In our tutorial, we will be using the
System.Console.WriteLine function to write lines to the output
console. When writing a C# command line application, the same function can also be used to print to the
Note: Writing web applications using C# is possible using the ASP.NET framework.
Print "Hello, World!" to the console.