C Sharp, also known as C#, is a programming language that is object oriented. It was created by Microsoft, and is a member of the .NET framework. In addition to this, it has also been recognized by ISO. The C# is based off C++, and uses a number of features that are found in programming languages such as Java and Delphi. While it is based off C++, it is much more simple, and does not use as many symbols. There are a number of goals that have been stated by the developers of C#. The programming language was designed for simplicity, and it was not specifically designed to be used for any one purpose.
Another goal of C# is to give support to a number of different software engineering elements. Some of these elements are array bounds checking and garbage collection. In addition to this, strong type checking should be supported as well. The durability of C# is important as well, and this programming language was designed to be used in a number of distributed areas. Unlike some programming languages, the source code for C Sharp is highly portable. It was also designed to be useful for internationalization. C# is not limited to the systems it can write applications for.
In addition to embedded systems, C# can also be used to write for hosted systems as well. This makes the programming language highly versatile. While it can be used for small applications that have specific functions, it can also be used for larger applications that may use complex operating systems. The primary designer for C# is Anders Hejlsberg. He has worked on a large number of different programming languages such as Turbo Pascal and Delphi. This is one of the reason why some of the elements present in C# are similar to these languages. Hejlsberg admitted that he wanted to fix many of the flaws that were present in the major programming languages when he set out to develop C#.
There are a number of important features to this language. Most of the most prominent features is that it uses the basic foundation of CLI, or Common Language Infrastructure. Another interesting feature of C# is that it does not specifically mention the code requirements that are needed for the compiler. Unlike many programming languages, C# does not have any global variables. Any members or methods that are present have to be defined as being connected to a class. While C++ and C allows variable names to be duplicated within enclosing blocks, this is not allowed in C#.
The namespaces within C# will all exist within a hierarchy. In addition to this, namespaces can be declared by another namespace. Basic elements such as integers will all inherit the characteristics of an object. Another interesting feature of this language is that it supports a boolean system. Certain statements such as "while" and "if" are connected to the boolean system. Unlike many programming languages, C# offers total support for pointers. However, the pointer may only be utilized within the unsafe scope. Theonly programs that can execute unsafe codes are those that have been given permission.