In the previous chapters, the focus was on how to use the .NET API. All of the examples were illustrated using C#, but the examples did not use any particular feature of C#. The examples could have been implemented with VB.NET or any other .NET language. That changes in this chapter, as the focus is on the C# programming language. Specific features of the language will be dissected and analyzed. Sometimes patterns will be used, and other times not. In the over-gill scheme of this chapter, the idea is to give you a better understanding of what C# is capable of and not capable of.
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