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It includes the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and a common framework of classes that can be used by all NET languages.
NET is opening up a channel to developers in other programming languages through Microsoft's Common Language Runtime.
ASP+, a new version of ASP that supports compilation of ASPs into the common language runtime (and therefore writing ASP scripts using any language with an IL binding).
In addition to the reference section, "C# in a Nutshell" includes an accelerated introduction to the C# language and the NET Common Language Runtime and a tutorial section on using C# with the core classes of the NET Framework Class Library.
NET allows smooth interfacing, through managed code, between Ada and C# or other languages that compile to Common Language Runtime assemblies.
Net-compatible set of tools that includes a Common Language Runtime environment that enables the cross-platform capabilities.
NET common language runtime works, provides brief tutorials on using namespaces, data types, classes, statements, enumerators, delegates, and events in the C# language, and shows how to write objects that will function in the .
Among expected features are the ability to program using non-TSQL languages through integration with Microsoft's Common Language Runtime (CLR).
During the process, you will come to understand the relationship between core aspects of the NET framework, such as the Common Language Runtime (CLR), the Common Type System (CTS), and the Common Language Specification (CLS).
NET code examples are provided for addressing common language runtime, program compilation, language interoperability, inheritance, polymorphism, multithreading, and COM issues.
Because managed code runs in the Common Language Runtime (CLR) environment it reduces risks and closes holes that unmanaged code leaves exposed, providing developers the most versatile deployment options available in both application and client-server environments.
NET Framework support via stored procedures implemented using Common Language Runtime (CLR).