Given a normal console, the task is to get the Standard Input Stream through this Console in C#.
Approach: This can be done using the In property in the Console class of the System package in C#.
Program: Getting the Standard Input Stream
Note: The TextReader represents a reader that can read a sequential series of characters.
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