What is Visual C# – CS?
Visual C# Source Code files are files created in Visual C#, a high-level, object oriented programming language written in Visual Studio on the .Net Framework, and used to build apps. The source code files created by Visual C# have the CS file extension.
One major advantage that comes with using Visual C# is that programming is far less complex than it would be if programmers ere to use one of the other desktop or web application development languages. There’s less coding involved and a lot of things such as functions and classes are predefined.
How can I open a CS file online?
To view a CS file online, upload it to Jumpshare and click to open it in your browser. Although a simple program like a text editor or a modern web browser can open the files, they will not recognize the lines of code for what they are, nor do these types of programs supports a line count. They render the content of the file as simple text.
The Jumpshare CS file viewer recognizes code for what it is and uses different colors to identify operators, variables, etc and supports line numbers.