how much is it different or it is completely the same
I posted a similar answer to this question not long ago http://answers.unity3d.com/questions/229524/learn-c-in-general-or-learn-it-with-unity.html>C# vs Unity C#. burnpsy is right on track with his answer.
Answer by burnpsy
Mar 31, 2012 at 06:11 AM
I've been working in C#. To be perfectly honest, aside from the addition of Unity-specific stuff, there is no difference. You'd need to look at the documentation if you want to use the stuff Unity added, but most of it is quite convenient. Code made elsewhere still works perfectly, though.
can't vote but thanks!
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