The .Net framework was created in the nineties as Microsoft’s answer to a more user friendly and homogenous coding system. As the framework has developed over the years, this means that the coding range of the .Net developer has grown.
One of the most impressive elements that .Net has over its competitors (such as Java), is that it is compatible with a number of coding languages, without having to recode the whole development.
C# is regarded as the flagship for the .Net languages, as it was an early adopter of any additional features added to the .Net framework. The C# language is derived from the complex C++ language but with the more accessible elements of Microsoft Visual Basic.
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