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C# Programming

A quick study of the “C# patterns”

Let’s see how to use handy syntactic sugar to run checks and matches on our variables!

C# is just like any other programming language: it’s evolved a lot over the years, and its creators have gradually tried to add in more and more features. It’s now a powerful, diverse and yet (in my opinion) pretty controllable thing, which makes it a really…

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Mina Pêcheux

Mina Pêcheux

I’m a freelance full-stack web & game developer. I’m passionate about topics like CGI, music, data science and more! Find me at: https://minapecheux.com :)

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