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Variations on the Main() Method

The previous iteration of Main() was defined to take a single parameter (an array of strings) and return an integer data type. This is not the only possible form of Main(), however. It is permissible to construct your applications entry point using any of the following signatures (assuming it is contained within a C# class or structure definition):

// No return type, array of strings as argument. 
public static void Main(string[] args) 

// No return type, no arguments. 
public static void Main() 

// Integer return type, no arguments. 
public static int Main() 


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