In the previous article "Crack C# namespaces in 30 seconds" I demonstrated how to make error having no idea about it. So you will have a lovely time in debugging. But in C# you're condemned to use using directive or your code will be unreadable with all these horrible specifiers
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The namespaces conception in C# seems to be exhaustive and insufficient at the same time compared with a strong module notation in Oberon-2 and even with a modular programming approaches in Free Pascal/Delphi.
Why insufficient? You cannot declare constants and functions within namespaces but you should add a class with constant field or static method for it.
Why exhaustive? The using directive with such introduced classes is the source of unexpected errors. Here is an example below.