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    Visual Studio .NET

    It is Good??
    it takes 7 CDs

    so i need to know if it good.

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    What does the number of CD's have to do with it? I would be more concerned with the price tag. And yes I think it is good.

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    I would be interested to know how .NET compares with Delphi or C++ Builder. Has anyone used both?

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    The managed C++.net compiler is just that, managed code. Doesn't sound like most of you have any idea what that is.

    The unmanaged C++.net compiler meets the standard better than VC++6, but apparently it's still not perfect. It is probably better than most compilers if you are using a MS OS.

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    The GNU compilers are not perfect either, far from it there the worst compared to Borland Builder, and VC++.net
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    Originally posted by Unregistered
    What does the number of CD's have to do with it? I would be more concerned with the price tag. And yes I think it is good.
    Because he's downloading it.

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    > Doesn't sound like most of you have any idea what that is.

    I believe I have a rough understanding of .NET is what it does. But I haven't played with it. I understant taht alot of the IDE design time interface has things in common with Borland's VCL. That's why I ask. How do they compare?

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    .net is a lot of things. One important concept that affected its design was the class framework library. Instead of making VB and C++ have separate API's that interoperated with Win32, they now share one API. I think that Borland VCL is related more to Java and the JVM than it is to .net. All that can be said for certain is that they are all using frameworks (middleware) and working with object oriented paradigms. The idea of components which Borland VCL seems to emphasise is a shared goal, however they certainly are different. Microsoft is striving to combine their office suite, their enterprise servers, and embedded technology.

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    Originally posted by Sentaku senshi
    The GNU compilers are not perfect either, far from it there the worst compared to Borland Builder, and VC++.net
    We all know that GNU compilers are the best. As far as I'm concerned Linux is a gift from God. One day I'm going to give them a bag full of hundred dollar bills.

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    wow... someone is on a freakin soap box...

    Gift from God or not, preferences are preferences...

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    >> The managed C++.net compiler is just that, managed code. Doesn't sound like most of you have any idea what that is.

    If he asked, is obvious he doesn't know... now isn't it?

    >> Because he's downloading it.

    And if not? You know, one just got to ask on a store or read the cd box to know how many CDs an application comes up with.

    It's amazing the number of egos in this place. It amounts to a new height. Bars few others.
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    It's better to have an ego than to be the eggo.

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    that's a matter of opinion

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    Originally posted by Mario

    And if not? You know, one just got to ask on a store or read the cd box to know how many CDs an application comes up with.

    It's amazing the number of egos in this place. It amounts to a new height. Bars few others.
    The only reason someone would need to know if something was good based upon the amount of cd's it is, is if they were running the risk of wasting those cd's on something not "good" i.e. if they were burning it. I was only making a logical observation and trying to answer someones question, do not judge me, for I have not judged you or him.

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    I agree, it's cuz he's downloading it, and I should know because I am god

    J/K of course, following on the ego thing.

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