With the coming of .NET, it has become much easier to access the different collection of classes. This is unlike before when various programming languages all had different types of routines and classes that was provided for by the Microsoft Foundation classes. Something that needs to be noted here, is the fact that the .NET framework uses essentially two languages, VB.NET and C#.NET.


This made all the programming languages incompatible with each other. However, the .NET framework has changed all this. For instance, it is now possible to put down classes in one language, and later on convert the classes using a different language. This is because the .NET framework translates the source code into an intermediary language known as the MSIL (or Microsoft Intermediate Language). So no matter what language your source code might be in, it will always be converted into the intermediary language.

Even though the two basic languages of .NET both give off different results, C# has been recommended by many as the better option. The major differences between these programs are based on the kind of support they offer to programmers and not necessarily how they interact with the framework. In summary, this means that the clarity and the structure of the languages is of most importance.

C#.NET is most preferred by most programmers because it contains less wording than alternative programming languages when it comes to the source code. Whereas other languages use a variety of keywords such as If, End, Next and End Sub in getting rid of unique code blocks, C# uses delimiters, a similarity it shares with other C- languages.

Another great benefit that C# has is that it has inherited some features from C-languages. This means that for a programmer well conversant with C languages, it will be much easier for them to use C#. For instance, when increasing or decreasing the value of a variable, two plus signs or minus signs are put in front of the value that needs to be changed, just like in the C languages. Even though the alternative programming language is not case sensitive which gives it a couple of pointers over C#, most programmers still would rather use C# for its numerous advantages.

A significant factor that closes the deal for C#.NET over other languages is the fact that it does use pointers. Pointers can be described as variables that point to a unique memory location. Due to their wide usage in C languages, a huge number of programmers find it hard to operate without them. However, though very useful, pointers are notorious for corrupting computer memory. Alternative languages are restrictive since they don’t allow the use of pointers.

In summary, most programmers prefer C#.NET to other programming languages.

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