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Every C# program must have one entry point a method that must be called Main. In the sample code throughout this text, I have used a version of Main that takes no parameters and returns no value. There are, however, four forms of Main that are acceptable as the entry point to a program. These forms are the following: static void Main() { }
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static void Main( string[] args) { } static int static int Main() { }
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The first two forms don t return a value to the execution environment when the program terminates. The second two forms return an int value. A return value, if one is used, is generally used to report success or failure of the program, where 0 is generally used to indicate success. The second and fourth forms allow you to pass actual parameters, also called arguments, from the command line, into the program, when it starts. There can be zero or more of these command-line arguments, separated by spaces or tabs. Each argument is interpreted by the program as a string, but you do not need to enclose them in quotation marks on the command line. For example, the following program called CommandLineArgs accepts command-line arguments and prints out each argument supplied. class Program { static void Main(string[] args) { foreach (string s in args) Console.WriteLine(s); } } The following command line executes program CommandLineArgs with five arguments. CommandLineArgs Jon Peter Beth Julia Tammi Executable Arguments name
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This code produces the following output: Jon Peter Beth Julia Tammi Other important things to know about Main are the following: Main must always be declared static. Main can be declared in either a class or a struct. A program can contain only one declaration of the four acceptable entry point forms of Main. You can, however, legally declare other methods named Main, as long as they don t have any of the four forms listed previously but doing this is inviting confusion.
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Main can be declared public or private: If Main is declared private, other assemblies cannot access it, and only the execution environment can start the program. If Main is declared public, other assemblies can call it and thereby start the program. The execution environment, however, always has access to Main, regardless of its declared access level, or the declared access level of the class or struct in which it is declared. By default, when Visual Studio creates a project, it creates a program outline where Main is implicitly private. You can always add the public modifier if you need to.
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Documentation Comments
The documentation comments feature allows you to include documentation of your program in the form of XML elements. Visual Studio even assists you in inserting the elements, and will read them from your source file and copy them to a separate XML file for you. This section does not cover the topic of XML but presents the overall process of using documentation comments. Figure 23-5 gives an overview of using XML comments. This includes the following steps: You can use Visual Studio to produce the source file with the embedded XML. Visual Studio s IntelliSense feature can automatically insert most of the important XML elements. Visual Studio reads the XML from the source code file and copies the XML code to a new file. Another program, called a document generator, can take the XML file and produce various types of documentation files from it.
Figure 23-5. The XML comments process Earlier versions of Visual Studio .NET contained a document generator that produced elementary documentation files. It was removed in Visual Studio 2005, and it s unknown whether a version will be added back to a future version of Visual Studio. There are, however, a number of free and third-party document generators that do an excellent job. They are easy to find on the Internet.
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