The C# compiler, csc.exe, is used to compile C# code. Only compiled code can be executed. The compiler can be called from the command line as well as from VS .NET. You learned to compile code using these two methods in previous chapters.
→ To learn more about compiling a C# program, see “Compiling and Executing a C# Program,” p. 73
The behavior of the compiler can be modified or specified using compiler options or switches. Table D.1 lists the various options that can be specified during the compilation of a program.
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