The System.IO.BinaryReader.ReadSLeb128 method in C# is used to read a variable-length signed integer from a binary data stream. The 8th bit of each byte determines whether it is the last byte of the integer or not. This method reads the integer in a signed Little Endian Base 128 (SLeb128) format, where smaller values take up fewer bytes. It returns the read integer as a signed value.
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