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RDF and C#

When Microsoft went to its new .NET architecture, one of the products released with the architecture was the Common Language Runtime (CLR), a programming language platform capable of supporting different programming languages. The first language released was C#, a hybrid between C++ and Java.

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If you’re running Linux, you don’t need .NET to compile C# code; you can also compile the code using the C# compiler provided with Mono, an open source CLR alternative. Download Mono at Ximian’s Mono site, http://www.go-mono.com/.

When I was looking around for application environments that support RDF/XML, I checked for a C# or .NET-based environment, not really expecting to find anything. However, I found more than one product, including an easy-to-install, lightweight C# parser named Drive.


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