Hello World in C#

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    bla bla yakady schmakady bla...

    i said that because people act like thats whats gonna happen... its bogus C# is just another Java...

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    C# is a very small part of .NET. It is an OOP language that has seemless integration with .NET framework classes. It was necessary to create C# because C++ is not managed. VS.NET is totally designed around the concept of OOP and languages can share class objects with each other. VB.NET has become a lot more like C++, infact it is a full OOP language now. Microsoft has buried much of the burden of low level systems design so that the programmer can built the front end and not worry about having to design compatible, stable, and secure low level features. Those components can easily be adopted from .NET classes.The burden was placed on the .NET infastructure for the benifit programmer. Wait to you see the power and the new technology. It would be a wise decision to start to learn how to use this complex tool. It is a far cry from Visual C++6.
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    no way...

    No way will C# replace anything, dean. Maybe it'll replace JAVA in MS systems, but no more than that.

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    >most Witch_Kings post...<

    a. VB is unstable
    b. such protections take away to much of the programmers power
    c. Microsoft hs yet to write anything solid or stable..

    ill see what comes of it... but as for using it i will not...

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    You have a lot to learn too KEN. Like I said, C# is not that big of a part of .NET. It is simply a seamless protocol. Soon all of the languages will have seamless integration. .NET is a service. I don't know what you think it is. Out to beat JAVA? Nobody is claiming that on the Microsoft team. We simply don't know what that means.
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    >We simply don't know what that means.

    Do you work for Microsoft?

    if so did they move you out to washington?
    what are the hours, and how good is the pay?

    BTW: this is not meant to be sarcastic...

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    .NET allows you to have all the power you want, but it also offers you the ability to adopt secure class objects that will be a standard. Also C# is not owned by Microsoft.

    .NET also proposes to offer software as a service. I will not elaborate on this because I want to learn more. See 'project Hailstorm'. This is a fascinating subject however. Stuff like digital lisencing and distributed software. In the future I will know more about this.
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    what can i say we've both made our points there's nothing i can see thats left to argue...

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    No I don't work for Microsoft. I'm a student at DeVry.
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    how is DeVry they any good?

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    You will have to use .NET or else you will be out of business by the middle of next year.
    This isn't in anyway forcing developers to use .NET is it?

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    how is DeVry they any good?
    It's a private school that leans toward business operations training, even with it CIS students, also runs on a trimester -year round.
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    .NET, the next step in the evolution of paying Microsoft to breath.

    Too bad Linux is such a damn pain to use.

    Regardless, windows 2000 has still got plenty of life in it.
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    This isn't in anyway forcing developers to use .NET is it?
    No, that was an insult.
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    Too bad Linux is such a damn pain to use.
    I still think that Linux's greatest downfall is that it does not want to compete. It is too reserved, especially its philosopy.

    Microsoft will eliminate pirated software. We will begin to see this plan come to fruitation very soon because all the groundwork is set. This will be a big blow to Linux and a boon to Microsoft and its relationship with corporations seeking copyright security. New industries will fund initiatives to support .NET and software will become a service.
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