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All of the basic types used by every application Types for communicating with a database and processing data Types for doing stream I/O and walking directories and files
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Part I CLR Basics
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Types that allow for low-level network communications and working with some common Internet protocols . Types that allow managed code to access unmanaged OS platform facilities such as COM components and functions in Win32 or custom DLLs Types used for protecting data and resources Types to work with text in different encodings, such as ASCII and Unicode Types used for asynchronous operations and synchronizing access to resources Types used for processing Extensible Markup Language (XML) schemas and data
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This book is about the CLR and about the general types that interact closely with the CLR . So the content of this book is applicable to all programmers writing applications or components that target the CLR . Many other good books exist that cover specific application types such as Web Services, Web Forms, Windows Forms, etc . These other books will give you an excellent start at helping you build your application . I tend to think of these application-specific books as helping you learn from the top down because they concentrate on the application type and not on the development platform . In this book, I ll offer information that will help you learn from the bottom up . After reading this book and an application-specific book, you should be able to easily and proficiently build any kind of application you desire .
The Common Type System
By now, it should be obvious to you that the CLR is all about types . Types expose functionality to your applications and other types . Types are the mechanism by which code written in one programming language can talk to code written in a different programming language . Because types are at the root of the CLR, Microsoft created a formal specification the Common Type System (CTS) that describes how types are defined and how they behave . Note In fact, Microsoft has been submitting the CTS as well as other parts of the .NET
Framework, including file formats, metadata, IL, and access to the underlying platform (P/Invoke) to ECMA for the purpose of standardization . The standard is called the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI) and is the ECMA-335 specification . In addition, Microsoft has also submitted portions of the FCL, the C# programming language (ECMA-334), and the C++/CLI programming language . For information about these industry standards, please go to the ECMA Web site that pertains to Technical Committee 39: www.ecma-international.org/ . You can also refer to Microsoft s own Web site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/aa569283.aspx. In addition, Microsoft has applied their Community Promise to the ECMA-334 and ECMA-335 specifications . For more information about this, see http://www.microsoft.com/interop/cp/default.mspx .
1 The CLR s Execution Model
The CTS specification states that a type can contain zero or more members . In Part II, Designing Types, I ll cover all of these members in great detail . For now, I want just to give you a brief introduction to them:
Field A data variable that is part of the object s state . Fields are identified by their name and type . Method A function that performs an operation on the object, often changing the object s state . Methods have a name, a signature, and modifiers . The signature specifies the number of parameters (and their sequence), the types of the parameters, whether a value is returned by the method, and if so, the type of the value returned by the method . Property To the caller, this member looks like a field . But to the type implementer, it looks like a method (or two) . Properties allow an implementer to validate input parameters and object state before accessing the value and/or calculating a value only when necessary . They also allow a user of the type to have simplified syntax . Finally, properties allow you to create read-only or write-only fields ." Event An event allows a notification mechanism between an object and other interested objects . For example, a button could offer an event that notifies other objects when the button is clicked .
The CTS also specifies the rules for type visibility and access to the members of a type . For example, marking a type as public (called public) exports the type, making it visible and accessible to any assembly . On the other hand, marking a type as assembly (called internal in C#) makes the type visible and accessible to code within the same assembly only . Thus, the CTS establishes the rules by which assemblies form a boundary of visibility for a type, and the CLR enforces the visibility rules . A type that is visible to a caller can further restrict the ability of the caller to access the type s members . The following list shows the valid options for controlling access to a member:
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