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    I decided not to tag this as c or dotnet, because the main focus of this video is on how the UNIX philosophy implements modern features and practices in a very different, much simpler way than is typical today. The use of C# as the “modern” example isn’t really the main focus, and the described features of C arise from following the UNIX philosophy by glueing together small confined processes using shell scripts, so the behavior isn’t really limited to just C (though C was designed with this idea in mind moreso than most other languages, hence the plt tag).