Category Archive for: .NET Architecture

The Relationship of C# to .NET

C# is a relatively new programming language and is significant in two respects: It is specifically designed and targeted for use with Microsoft’s .NET Framework (a feature-rich platform for the development, deployment, and execution of distributed applications). It is a language based on the modem object-oriented design methodology, and, when designing it, Microsoft learned from the experience of…

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.NET Architecture

Throughout this book, we emphasize that the C# language must be considered in parallel with the .NET Framework, rather than viewed in isolation. The C# compiler specifically targets .NET, which means that all code written in C# will always run within the .NET Framework. This has two important con.sequences for the C# language: The architecture and methodologies of…

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