The C# programming language was developed by Anders Hejlsberg in 1999 in order to work with the Microsoft .NET software platform. The .NET provides higher level classes and functionality in order to implement web services and web forms (via ASP.NET), windows forms and databases (via ADO.NET). Programs written in C# aren’t converted into machine code by a compiler, but compiled into an interpreted Intermediate Language (IL). The IL is converted into its own Common language run time (CLR) by a Just-In-Time (JIT) Compiler and then interpreted
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