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Dot Net Framework for Application Development CBCS V Semester Subject code :15CS564 Dot Net Framework for Application Development CBCS V Semester Subject code :15CS564 Department of CSE MODULE I INTRODUCING MICROSOFT VISUAL C# & MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 2015: Welcome to C# C# is pronounced as "C-Sharp". It is an object-oriented programming language provided by Microsoft that runs on .Net Framework.By the help of C# programming language, we can develop different types of secured and robust applications: Window applications, Web applications, Distributed applications, Web service applications, Database applications etc. C# is approved as a standard by ECMA and ISO. C# is designed for CLI (Common Language Infrastructure). CLI is a specification that describes executable code and runtime environment. C# programming language is influenced by C++, Java, Eiffel, Modula-3, Pascal etc. languages. C++ vs C# C# History History of C# language is interesting to know. Here we are going to discuss brief history of C# language. C# is pronounced as "C-Sharp". It is an object-oriented programming language provided by Microsoft that runs on .Net Framework. Anders Hejlsberg is known as the founder of C# language. It is based on C++ and Java, but it has many additional extensions used to perform component oriented programming approach. C# has evolved much since their first release in the year 2002. It was introduced with .NET Framework 1.0 and the current version of C# is 5.0. Let's see the important features introduced in each version of C# are given below. Prof Adarsh L , Dept of CSE BKEC, Basavakalyan Page 1