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C# and the .NET Framework: The C++ Perspective
Another platform change is upon us. Just as with the transition from DOS to Windows, we must now move into the realm of .NET. The .NET platform strives to finally provide a common playing field for all languages to seamlessly interoperate with a common type system and base class library. Along with this new platform, Microsoft has created a language specifically designed to take advantage of the .NET platform, C#, which serves as the basis for this book and the examples herein.
Unlike Visual Basic, Microsoft has submitted both C# and the CLS to the ECMA standards organization to ensure adoption of the platform and the C# programming language. With open standards as the cornerstone for the .NET platform, it is sure to gather momentum and an adoption rate that exceeds proprietary systems and languages. With the introduction of C#, Microsoft has proven once and for all that the Internet and interoperability are key components for today's software requirements.
The goal of this book is, first and foremost, the exploration of the .NET platform and its underpinnings. Next, the coverage of the C# language is an essential part of .NET; considering that a vast majority of the base class library was developed entirely in C#. For the die-hard enthusiast, examples are provided for Intermediate Language and managed C++.
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