With the new project created and loaded, make the Solution Explorer (usually docked on the right side) visible, as shown in Figure 3.24. Slightly simplified, Solution Explorer is a mini file explorer that shows all the files that are part of the project. In this case, that’s just Program.cs. Besides the files in the project, other nodes are shown as well:
Properties provides access to the project-level settings (see later) and reveals a code file called AssemblyInfo.cs that contains assembly-level attributes, something we discuss in Chapter 25.
References is a collection of assemblies the application depends on. Notice that ...