why do you ask? you should know it, we already discussed this beyond measure -
For the EV3 there is no complete C-based API available – no sensor- and no i2c library, just a Lego lms2012 header which is bugged like hell.
I also don’t understand anything about C#, Visual Studio, WiFi, classes, objects, implementing, derivating, uses, extending –
just know something about straight procedures and functions like by ANSI C or Sketch or Pascal. OOP is simply a mess to me.
But the NXC code and the Sketch code (both actually simplified procedural C) have been established by me, top-down, within a couple of days (as you know).
If I knew how to do it by C# I wouldn’t have started my thread about Brick/Arduino-i2c-communication.
But as you are experienced in C# – : if it was that easy, why didn’t you proceed with your beginnings ?
Where’s the coding problem ?