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By Peter Drayton

Designed as a major connection with be used day-by-day, C# in a Nutshell additionally comprises the basic history info to turn into effective fast. no longer a "how-to" ebook or a rehash of Microsoft's documentation, this publication is going to the resource of the language and APIs to give the content material in a fashion that pro programmers will price notably different books. C# in a Nutshell is a entire language reference and likewise provides the .NET Framework utilizing C# examples. also, it really is an in depth and fast connection with the API, that includes the process namespace. fairly invaluable are the numerous figures and tables that current the most positive factors of the namespace. each every now and then, a booklet turns into the de-facto ordinary for a know-how, working method, or programming language--which is precisely what C# in a Nutshell goals to do in one ordinary and easy-to-use quantity.

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Each element in a boolean array uses two bytes of memory. 1 Bool conversions No conversions can be made from booleans to numeric types or vice versa. Object Size 0 byte/8 byte overhead The object class is the ultimate base type for both value types and reference types. Value types have no storage overhead from an object. Reference types, which are stored on the heap, intrinsically require an overhead. NET runtime, a reference-type instance has an eight-byte overhead, which stores the object's type, as well as temporary information such as its synchronization lock state or whether it has been fixed from movement by the garbage collector.

These binary files may then be executed directly on the target processor. NET compilers function a little differently, as they do not target a specific native processor. Instead, they consume source files and produce binary files containing an intermediate representation of the source constructs, expressed as a combination of metadata and Common Intermediate Language (CIL). In order for these binaries to be executed, the CLR must be present on the target machine. When these binaries are executed they cause the CLR to load.

Although Microsoft consistently denied the reports of the new language, rumors persisted. In June 2000, Microsoft ended the speculation by releasing the specifications for a new language called C# (pronounced "see-sharp"). NET Framework SDK (which included a C# compiler) at the July 2000 Professional Developer's Conference (PDC) in Orlando, Florida. The new language was designed by Anders Hejlsberg (creator of Turbo Pascal and architect of Delphi), Scott Wiltamuth, and Peter Golde. simple, modern, object-oriented, and type-safe programming language derived from C and C++," C# bears many syntactic similarities to C++ and Java.

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