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Sep 15 '08 #1
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On Sep 15, 12:32*pm, Kunal K <kunal.kewalram...@gmail.comwrote:
Visithttp://codingtipsandtricks.blogspot.com
and read interesting articles on .NET
"The latest versions of .NET are .NET Framework 3.0."
and
"The .NET Framework 3.0 will still ship with Windows Vista"

That's on a post from September 6th 2008. Keeping up-to-date much?

Jon
Sep 15 '08 #2
I heard it there is a new C-like language called C#, care to comment on
these rumours? :-)

Sep 15 '08 #3
On Sep 15, 2:54*pm, "Peter Morris" <mrpmorri...@SPAMgmail.comwrote:
I heard it there is a new C-like language called C#, care to comment on
these rumours? :-)
C-like? Is C some new-fangled language from a university somewhere?
I'll stick to COBOL.

Jon
Sep 15 '08 #4
On Sep 15, 7:52*am, "Jon Skeet [C# MVP]" <sk...@pobox.comwrote:
On Sep 15, 2:54*pm, "Peter Morris" <mrpmorri...@SPAMgmail.comwrote:
I heard it there is a new C-like language called C#, care to comment on
these rumours? :-)

C-like? Is C some new-fangled language from a university somewhere?
I'll stick to COBOL.

Jon
Don’t laugh! According to the latest issue of Dr. Dobbs, COBOL is
making a comeback (or more accurately - has always been there, is not
going away in the foreseeable future and has to be dealt with as more
and more COBOL programmers ride off into the sunset).

-Jay
Sep 15 '08 #5

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