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ederlynederlyn Posts: 1Member
hey guyz!!!! may i ask u how a 2003 version of C# source code is being converted in 2005 version??? its our project in school.. i need help, plzzzzzzzzzzzz.

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  • iwilld0itiwilld0it Posts: 1,134Member
    Well everything in C# for 2003 still works for 2005. The new language features added will cater to Generics.

    C# will also support anonymous functions through delegates, something VB.NET will not have. This is similar to features that JAVA has had all along.

    Of course all the various .NET classes that C# uses is probably been optimized and a ton of new classes have been added to the framework. But these are all additions that all .NET languages share.

    : hey guyz!!!! may i ask u how a 2003 version of C# source code is being converted in 2005 version??? its our project in school.. i need help, plzzzzzzzzzzzz.
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