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NetChains is a scriptable interface to the .NET framework. Commands are formed of phrases linked with double colons (::) to form a chain.
Phrases fall under one of two types: Selection phrases start with a bang (!) and are used to specify the class in which the following phrases should execute. Access/Command phrases allow for member access/method calls within the selected class.

Elements of syntax:

Case-sensitivity No (Except method/member names)
Variable declaration with assignment $<name> <value>
If - then #IF <condition> ... end


Hello, World!:

Example for versions NetChains 2
!Console::WriteLine('"Hello, World"')