Time for another C#-related post. We’ve already covered a fair amount of the language’s keywords, types, and concepts in previous posts. Today’s post covers comments, a topic that you might think is trivial. My mission in this post is to convince you otherwise. True, comments are far from being the most exciting programming topic you could think of, I admit. And sure, comments have gotten a negative reputation over the years. But there’s more to comments than you might think.
In this post, you’ll learn about the definition of C# comments, followed by common justifications for their usage. Then we’ll proceed to show you the different possible types of C# comments and how to use them in practice. Let’s get started.