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bly on a variety of operating systems One obvious restriction is that no platform-dependent libraries are used; therefore, as with Java, there are inevitably some idiosyncrasies that need to be worked out
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This section gives a brief synopsis of the CLI to familiarize you with the context in which a C# program executes It also provides a summary of some of the terms that appear throughout this book 21 is devoted to the topic of the CLI and its relevance to C# developers Although the chapter appears last in the book, it does not depend on any earlier chapters, so if you want to become more familiar with the CLI, you can jump to it at any time
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1: Introducing C#
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Readers will notice that Output 11 refers to the NET Framework version 40 At the time of this writing, Microsoft had five major releases to the NET Framework and only four major C# compiler releases NET Framework version 30 was an additional set of API libraries released in between C# compiler releases (and Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 versions) As a result, the NET Framework version that corresponded with C# 30 was 35 With the release of C# 40 and the NET Framework 40, the version numbers are synchronized Table 13 is a brief overview of the C# and NET releases
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TABLE 13: C# and NET Versions
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C# 10 with NET Framework 10/11 (Visual Studio 2002 and 2003) C# 20 with NET Framework 20 (Visual Studio 2005) NET Framework 30
The initial release of C# A language built from the ground up to support NET programming
Generics were added to the C# language and the NET Framework 20 included libraries that supported generics An additional set of APIs for distributed communications (Windows Communication Foundation WCF), rich client presentation (Windows Presentation Foundation), workflow (Windows Workflow WF), and web authentication (Cardspaces) Added support for LINQ, a significant improvement to the APIs used for programming collections The NET Framework 35 provided libraries that extended existing APIs to make LINQ possible Added support for dynamic typing along with significant improvements in the API for writing multithreaded programs that capitalized on multiple processors and cores within those processors
C# 30 with NET Framework 35 (Visual Studio 2008) C# 40 with NET Framework 35 (Visual Studio 2010)
The majority of all code within this text will work with platforms other than Microsoft s as long as the compiler version corresponds to the version of code required Although I would very much have liked to provide full
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details on each C# platform so as not to detract from the focus of learning C#, I restrict information such as this to Microsoft s platform, NET This is simply because Microsoft has the predominant (by far) implementation Furthermore, translation to another platform is fairly trivial
Common Intermediate Language and ILDASM
As mentioned in the previous section, the C# compiler converts C# code to CIL code and not to machine code The processor can directly understand machine code, but CIL code needs to be converted before the processor can execute it Given an assembly (either a DLL or an executable), it is possible to view the CIL code using a CIL disassembler utility to deconstruct the assembly into its CIL representation (The CIL disassembler is commonly referred to by its Microsoft-specific filename, ILDASM, which stands for IL Disassembler) This program will disassemble a program or its class libraries, displaying the CIL generated by the C# compiler The exact command used for the CIL disassembler depends on which implementation of the CLI is used You can execute the NET CIL disassembler from the command line as shown in Output 18
OUTPUT 18: