Source code file written in C# (pronounced "C Sharp"), an object-oriented programming language created by Microsoft for use with the .NET Framework; used for developing a range of applications, from simple desktop programs to applications for distributed
CS files are often edited with Visual C#, a component of Microsoft Visual Studio. But, they can also be edited with a variety of other source code editors that feature syntax highlighting as well.
NOTE: When C# programs are compiled, they can then be run by the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which is included with the .NET Framework.
Custom script written for CLEO 3, a third-party scripting engine for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (GTA SA); allows players to expand the capabilities of the game using custom functions called "opcodes;" may be created with Sanny Builder, a GTA mod utility.
In order to use a CS file with GTA SA, it must be stored in the "game\CLEO" folder.
File created by ColorSchemer Studio, a program used for developing color palettes for websites, magazines, home decoration, and other target mediums; saves the user's color schemes, which often contain complementary colors that are matched with one another on the color spectrum.