C Sharp Basics:
- Part 1: Console Input and Output
- Part 2: File Input and Output
- Part 3: Lists, Dictionaries, and Strings
- Part 4: Working with External Libraries
C# is a multi-paradigm programming language created by Microsoft as part of the .Net initiative in 2000. It has gone on to have its own standard and become part of everything from desktop applications to being used extensively in game development.
Working with External Libraries
The site nuget.org is a site and service that provides easy access to download and integrate new packages in Visual Studio.
Adding New Packages
New packages can be added through right-clicking the “Packages” options under the Project view.
Clicking on “Add Packages…” will open a view for searching for files.
Selecting a package and then clicking on “Add Package” will add it to the project. After downloading and preparing the files, it will be ready for usage.
Once installed, the package can be included through the using keyword.