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.NET Fundamentals

At the programming level, .NET introduced an infrastructure that allows developers to build, deploy, and run applications and services that use .NET technologies. This includes the building of desktop and Web applications, business components, Web services, and more. At its core, the .NET Framework is made up of the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and the Framework Class Library (FCL). Microsoft has also developed various IDEs (integrated development environments) in support of architecting, building, and deploying applications built for the .NET platform.

The Common Language Runtime (CLR) is equivalent to the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). For those of you not familiar with either, the CLR is a run-time environment in which all .NET code executes. The CLR provides facilities for memory and exception management, debugging and profiling, and security.


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