This has nothing to do with penmanship, but your writing style is still being graded!
I spent quite a bit of the first chapter discussing the common language runtime, and I’ll touch on it a bit here too. Dozens of languages are supported in .NET, either natively or through third parties.
I am very often asked the question, “If there are so many languages, which one should I use?” You may as well ask me “What shampoo should I use?” because the answer is the same. It’s your own personal choice.
If you come with some understanding of a particular supported .NET language, then I might recommend you use your experience in that language to help you move forward faster into building .NET applications. You can easily understand ...