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Working with Variables, Operators, and Expressions in Microsoft Visual C#

Summary

In this chapter, you have seen how to create and use variables, and you have learned about some of the common data types available for variables in C#. You have learned about identifiers. In addition, you have used a number of operators to build expressions, and you have learned how the precedence and associativity of operators determine how expressions are evaluated.

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