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C#

DarkEdgeX (212110) writes | more than 12 years ago

Programming 0

I've been fiddling with a copy of Microsoft Visual C# .NET Standard I bought at the local Best Buy for $99, and so far I really enjoy the language structure as well as the new .NET Framework. From my info, you can tell I'm usually a Delphi/Pascal whore, but I can say without a doubt that I wouldn't mind delving into this as a line of work. =)

I've been fiddling with a copy of Microsoft Visual C# .NET Standard I bought at the local Best Buy for $99, and so far I really enjoy the language structure as well as the new .NET Framework. From my info, you can tell I'm usually a Delphi/Pascal whore, but I can say without a doubt that I wouldn't mind delving into this as a line of work. =)

It also helps that one of the pioneers of Borland Pascal 7 was on the team Microsoft had to design the C# language, so a lot of the constructs appear to be similar in some ways, but more like C and C++ in others (which, I like C/C++, so this is another plus-- it gives you the language format of C/C++ but the ease of use of VB/Delphi). Exciting times, these.

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