This section walks you through a small sample client application that uses the C# driver to connect to a Cassandra cluster, print out some metadata
about the cluster, execute some queries, and print out the results.
Connecting to a Cassandra cluster
The C# driver provides a Cluster class which is your client application's entry point for connecting to a Cassandra cluster and retrieving metadata.
Using bound statements
The previous tutorial used simple CQL statements to read and write data, but you can also use prepared statements, which only need to be parsed once by the cluster, and then bind values to the variables and execute the bound statement you read or write data to a cluster.
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