By Gordon Hogenson (auth.)
C++/CLI: The visible C++ Language for .NET introduces Microsoft's extensions to the C++ syntax that let you goal the typical language runtime the most important to the center of the .NET 3.0 platform. In 12 no-fluff chapters, Microsoft insider Gordon Hogenson takes you into the middle of the C++/CLI language and explains either how the language parts paintings and the way Microsoft intends them for use. Compilable code samples illustrate the syntax as easily as attainable, and extra complex code samples exhibit how the hot syntax may well as a rule be used.
The booklet is a beginner's advisor, however it assumes a familiarity with programming fundamentals. And it concentrates on explaining the features of C++/CLI that make it the main strong and enjoyable language at the .NET Framework 3.0. As such, this booklet is perfect in case you are deliberating migrating to C++/CLI from one other language. through the tip of this ebook, you will have a radical grounding within the center language components including the arrogance to discover additional that comes from a great realizing of a languages syntax and grammar.
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You may also have heard a lot of controversy about isotopes of uranium. CHAPTER 2 ■ A QUICK TOUR OF THE C++/CLI LANGUAGE FEATURES There’s a huge geopolitical difference between uranium-238, which is merely mildly radioactive, and uranium-235, which is the principal ingredient of a nuclear bomb. In this chapter, together we’ll create a program that simulates radioactive decay, with specific reference to carbon-14 decay used in carbon dating. We’ll start with a fairly crude example, but by the end of the chapter, we’ll make it better using C++/CLI constructs.
CHAPTER 2 ■ A QUICK TOUR OF THE C++/CLI LANGUAGE FEATURES Interface Classes Interfaces are not something that is available in classic C++, although something like an interface could be created by using an abstract base class in which all the methods are pure virtual (declared with = 0), which would mean that they had no implementation. Even so, such a class is not quite the same as an interface. An interface class has no fields and no method implementations; an abstract base class may have these.
The base class library defines a namespace called System, which contains fundamental types and other commonly used constructs. In fact, the CTS defines most primitive types in the System namespace with their own names, such as System::Int32. These names are common to all languages using the CLR. , int is synonymous with Int32), so that you have the convenience of referring to the type using the same name you’d use in C++. You can use two ways to refer to most primitive types. In Chapter 2, you’ll learn how the primitive types in C++ map onto the CLI common type system.
C++/CLI: The Visual C++ Language for .NET by Gordon Hogenson (auth.)