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The Main method is the entry point of a C# application. (Libraries and services do not require a Main method as an entry point.) When the application is started, the Main method is the first method that is invoked.
There can only be one entry point in a C# program. If you have more than one class that has a Main method, you must compile your program with the StartupObject compiler option to specify which Main method to use as the entry point. For more information, see StartupObject (C# Compiler Options).
When a program is executed in Windows, any value returned from the Main function is stored in an environment variable. This environment variable can be retrieved using ERRORLEVEL from a batch file, or $LastExitCode from PowerShell.
Next, create a PowerShell script to run the application and display the result. Paste the following code into a text file and save it as test.ps1 in the folder that contains the project. Run the PowerShell script by typing test.ps1 at the PowerShell prompt.
Because the code returns zero, the batch file will report success. However, if you change MainReturnValTest.cs to return a non-zero value and then recompile the program, subsequent execution of the PowerShell script will report failure.
When you declare an async return value for Main, the compiler generates the boilerplate code for calling asynchronous methods in Main. If you don't specify the async keyword, you need to write that code yourself, as shown in the following example. The code in the example ensures that your program runs until the asynchronous operation is completed:
When the application entry point returns a Task or Task, the compiler generates a new entry point that calls the entry point method declared in the application code. Assuming that this entry point is called $GeneratedMain, the compiler generates the following code for these entry points:
You can also use Environment.CommandLine or Environment.GetCommandLineArgs to access the command-line arguments from any point in a console or Windows Forms application. To enable command-line arguments in the Main method signature in a Windows Forms application, you must manually modify the signature of Main. The code generated by the Windows Forms designer creates Main without an input parameter.
You can also convert the string arguments to numeric types by using the Convert class or the Parse method. For example, the following statement converts the string to a long number by using the Parse method:
The following example shows how to use command-line arguments in a console application. The application takes one argument at run time, converts the argument to an integer, and calculates the factorial of the number. If no arguments are supplied, the application issues a message that explains the correct usage of the program.
From the Start screen or Start menu, open a Visual Studio Developer Command Prompt window, and then navigate to the folder that contains the file that you created.
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