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Richard MacCutchan1-Jun-19 21:46
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Brian_TheLion wrote:
you need to keep within certain rules to have the program compile
That is the same for all programming languages, even down to assembler and machine code.
Brian_TheLion wrote:
There is no global variable allowed
As others have mentioned, global variables tend to cause more problems than they solve; don't use them.
Brian_TheLion wrote:
Maybe some programs are better suited to C# than others.
Possibly, but you can use C# to write a wide range of different applications.
Brian_TheLion wrote:
All programs seem to have a user interface as I've never come across a program that only runs under the DOS prompt.
I have no idea what that is supposed to mean. Assuming you mean running in a command window, there are many console applications that do just that.
Brian_TheLion wrote:
the program I have in mind that I want to write has many varables between classes.
And that is where C# makes it easy for you; it is specifically designed to support proper object oriented programming.

What this, and some of your other questions, suggests, is that you are blaming the language for your lack of understanding. Instead of trying to fit the language to your concept of the program, you need to stop coding and spend some good study time learning the language properly. Only when you have mastered that will you be able to see the best way forward in developing your application.
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