#1 – What the Main() Signature Looks Like

The standard entry point for a C# program is a static function named Main().  It typically looks like this:

static void Main(string[] args)

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5 Responses to #1 – What the Main() Signature Looks Like

  1. msuworld says:

    I am leaving comment after reading your every blog..hope you won’t mind …

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  3. Satish says:

    I’m afraid you forgot to mention about the 1-dimensional array of string also as argument to the Main().
    static void Main(string[] args)

  4. drysart says:

    Main can also return an int instead of a void. The value returned will become the exit code of the process.

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