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C#

Keith Whatling
Keith Whatling
17,752 Points

What do Object/items in C# between <greater> and <less> mean?

I see <things> between greater than or less that signs in C# and I'm having a hard time understanding when I need to use them. I'm sure its mentioned somewhere but for the lift of me I cannot remember.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,024 Points

A specific example would make it easier to answer. Could you post the actual code, or provide a link to a video with a time index?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,024 Points

Just guessing, it could be you're looking at some cshtml code where the C# is mixed in with HTML, and those are HTML elements.

But provide a specific code example for a more precise answer.