I finished this tome. It was a fresh rewrite of the entire CLR explained. And better than the original. As with the first edition it starts dauntingly in the deep end of assemblies, assembly linking, Satellite assemblies, the Finally!
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NET development team, his own real-world expertise, and hands-on code examples to illustrate how to most effectively use the CLR and the.
NET Framework 2. Jeffrey has been consulting with the Microsoft. NET Framework team since October Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. That is, if one thinks of IL or metadata tables as central to CLR and hopes to be tearing down C compiled code to explore these, forget it.
To smooth over this dichotomy better, let me give the example of exception handling. Here Richter is very specific about details of CLS the common language specification vs. C , and very specific about throw alone vs. But there is no discussion of the IL generalized concept of exception blocks or how IL frames blocks. Or, if you want to understand garbage collection, read Richter. Net Framework. It is not really a book on how to program in C per se there are many excellent books on this subject, such as Programming Microsoft Visual C The Base Class Library by Francesco Balena but more a book on how to get the most out of the.
Net Framework while using the C language as your vehicle. If you are new to programming or to C , this should probably not be your first or even second book on the subject. In this page journey through the CLR, Mr. The book assumes some level of knowledge not just of C but of programming in general. The author does assume that you, as the reader, are familiar with some common data structures and programming best practices.
If you are already a competent C or VB. Net developer who is ready to take your development skills to the next level, I highly recommend this book. At pages long, it may take some time to get through, but I can guarantee it will be time well spent.
Lyon Smith As most software developers know books like these are seldom an end-to-end read. They are usually kept on a shelf and pulled out when the need arises. As usual, his writing style is concise, but has just the right amount of humor injected to keep it readable. CLR via C is chock full of the juiciests bits of. See all 54 customer reviews
CLR via C# (Developer Reference)
NET development team, his own real-world expertise, and hands-on code examples to illustrate how to most effectively use the CLR and the. NET Framework 2. Jeffrey has been consulting with the Microsoft. NET Framework team since October Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. That is, if one thinks of IL or metadata tables as central to CLR and hopes to be tearing down C compiled code to explore these, forget it.
Books by Jeffrey Richter
Tozilkree Would you like to tell us about a lower price? He has been a consultant to the Microsoft. Really deserve more than 5 stars. Dig deep and master the intricacies of the common language runtime, Cand. I really want the third edition, though, so I can see what kind of changes were made in order to support the more functional features of. Probably the best technical book I have ever read.
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