The using keyword has two major uses:
As a directive, when it is used to create an alias for a namespace or to import types defined in other namespaces. See using Directive.
As a statement, when it defines a scope at the end of which an object will be disposed.Syntax:
static void Main()
// Use using statement with class that implements Dispose.
using (SystemResource resource = new SystemResource())
class SystemResource : IDisposable
public void Dispose()
// The implementation of this method not described here.
// ... For now, just report the call.
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