Language Features-C# 3.0

Successful programmers keep abreast of improvements in languages, but often it is not obvious even to a seasoned professional how a particular new feature will be useful. Some features, such as automatic properties and collection initializers, are likely to immediately find a place in your daily programming practice; others, such as extension methods find it difficult to secure its place.

In this section i intend to index and brief C# 3.0 language features which can be refer-ed in a regular intervals. Referring frequently can help programmers to take benefit of hidden yet important and useful language features.

Access Modifiers

Extension Methods

Properties and Accessors

Generics

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