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#else (C# Reference)

#else lets you create a compound conditional directive, so that, if none of the expressions in the preceding #if or (optional) #elif directives to true, the compiler will evaluate all code between #else and the subsequent #endif.

#endif must be the next preprocessor directive after #else. See #if for an example of how to use #else.

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