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Odds are, unless it's "lots of data" that changes a lot, you're better off creating internal lists and dictionaries; defining them as static; and loading them in static constructors.

At the very least, you'll need a "data repository" in memory, so you should prototype that in code with small sample data instead of sweating input files / databases early on.

It's easier to change your "code model" first, instead of any file / database model; assuming you even need a settings / database file.

In fact, a "database model" can be generated from your "code model" once you have that figured out; if needed, using Entity Framework and SQLite, say. ("Pro" marketing)


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