“In my previous article, I introduced the C# programming language and explained how it works in the context of the Mono environment, an open-source implementation of Microsoft’s .NET framework. I will now go on to some details on the data types supported by the C# programming language.” Read the second article at LinuxGazette. Another development article (“Writing Portable Code”) is here.
Programming Bits: C# Data Types
2002-12-04 General Development 1 Comment
Silly portable article. Guy tackles all the easy issues. But how do you cleanly get around stuff like os-dependant header mess. Or when stuff like select() call use different casts. Or when you need to perfect aditition babysitting for server sockets on certain OSes. I still haven’t found a clean way of doing that.