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C# 7 and .NET Core Cookbook by Dirk Strauss

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  1. Start off by creating a new class in the Program.cs file of your Visual Studio console application. You can call your class anything, but for the purposes of this book I will simply be calling my class Chapter1. Your code should now look as follows:
        namespace cookbook        {          class Program          {            static void Main(string[] args)            {            }          }          public class Chapter1          {          }        }
  1. This is the format we will be using throughout this chapter. Let's assume that we want to write a method that needs to calculate the average score for a variable number of students. No grade has the same number of students in each class. Therefore, we want our method to return the number of students in the class for the calculated average score. Change the static void main ...

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