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A Programmer's Guide to .NET by Alexei Fedorov

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3.13. Conclusion

In this chapter we discussed several basic classes included in the .NET Framework class library. We started with an overview of the namespaces and their purpose in the library. After this, we learned how to create console applications that serve as a base type of the applications we use in several chapters to provide examples. Then, we learned about the System namespace and the Object class. After this we briefly discussed the Type class and the Reflection namespace. Then we started to discuss the types in the .NET Framework class library and looked at an overview of value and reference types. The next topic we discussed in this chapter was arrays. Then we moved on to an overview of collections, interfaces that they are based ...

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