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Simon Cooper Peering into the depths of .NET November 2013 Entries
C# via Java: Primitive types
So, what is a primitive type? According to the Incompleteness Theorem, there will always be things in any mathematical system, and therefore any computational system, that cannot be defined using the rules of that system. These rules form the axioms of that system. For Java and C#, the axioms are the rules of the language and runtime, as defined in the respective specifications, and those rules cannot be inferred from within the language itself. They simply exist as a given. So, what rules are the ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 26, 2013 11:15 PM

C# via Java: Introduction
So, I've recently changed jobs. Rather than working in .NET land, I've migrated over to Java land. But never fear! I'll continue to peer under the covers of .NET, but my next series will use my new experience in Java to explore the design decisions made in the development of the C# programming language. After all, the design of C# was based on Java 1.2, and both languages have continued to evolve since then, incorporating modern software engineering concepts and requirements. Exploring the differences ......

Posted On Friday, November 8, 2013 10:31 PM

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