Last post Jan 06, 2014 04:43 AM by sangeethapalaniswamy
Jan 06, 2014 01:51 AM|aspprogrammersohan|LINK
I'm learning C# in a website. May be .Net is a platform where we can code with C#. I hear from some that we can integrate Java in .Net platform ! How ?
Jan 06, 2014 02:07 AM|AidyF|LINK
Not natively as java is a different platform. If you think of .net as petrol (gasolene), then c# is a Ford and vb.net is a Dodge...both are cars that leverage petrol but they are very different cars. Java however runs on diesel.
Jan 06, 2014 02:44 AM|A2H|LINK
.NET is an application development framework - it contains numerous libraries containing a range of functionality.
C# is a strong Object Oriented programming language that is mostly built on the .NET framework.
Source URL : Relationship between C#, .NET, ASP, ASP.NET etc
You can check the below link for more details
Jan 06, 2014 04:13 AM|rajeshverma17|LINK
.net is a framework and is a collection of complied classes.
These classes are used by some programming language to develop program and programming langauges are c# ,vb etc.
Jan 06, 2014 04:19 AM|amlijupnandanan|LINK
C# is a language, .NET is an application framework.
The .NET libraries can run on the CLR and thus any language which can run on the CLR can also use the .NET libraries.
In .NET you don't find only C#. You can find Visual Basic for example. If a job requires .NET knowledge, probably it need a programmer who knows the entire set of languages provided by the .NET framework.
C# is the airplane and .NET is the runway
Jan 06, 2014 04:43 AM|sangeethapalaniswamy|LINK
One final thing I'd like to finish on is the difference between library and framework. In recent years these two terms have been used as those synonymous, however that is not the case. The easiest way I can think to differentiate the two is: