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what does  static void Main(string[] args) in C# mean????????
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# 1
This can be explained as below

public : since the method will be accessed by the other
classes(.net runtime). That is why access modifier is Public

.net runtime environment call static method of the class
where main is defined. By making Main method as static .net
runtime environment do not need to make object of the class.
runtime environment call the method something like as stated

Class A
public static void Main(string[] agrs)

.net Runtime-->

Void :
Main method does not return anything

(string[] args):
Here we can pass any number of parameter to the class.
lets say we are making an exe taking 2 parameters then we
can pass parameters to the main method
Is This Answer Correct ?    81 Yes 7 No
# 2
It is the code starting point and when a function specified with static it will be always available in App Domain (in application). Also no need to create any instance and Classname.Function / Method name will work. The usage of string args[] is read the command line argument. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    23 Yes 3 No
# 3
in C# Main function returns something as string. If u dont
want something return to function u have to use Void. And
Static Keyword shows that there should be something in the
function which is static, i.e. WriteLine() is a static
member method of the Console class.
Is This Answer Correct ?    39 Yes 44 No
Vaibhav Durhaya

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