C#

C# (read: C sharp) is an object oriented programming language developed by Microsoft as part of the framework of the .NET Framework. This programming language is made based on C++ language which has been influenced by aspects or language features found in other programming languages ​​such as Java, Delphi, Visual Basic, and others with some simplifications. According to the ECMA-334 C# Language Specification standard, the name C# consists of a Latin letter C (U + 0043) followed by a fence sign that indicates the number # (U + 0023). The # sign used is indeed not a sign of stress in music (U + 266F), and the # sign (U + 0023) is used because the characters in the musical arts are not contained in the standard keyboard.

In the late 1990s, Microsoft created the Microsoft Visual J++ program as an experimental step to use Java in the Windows operating system to improve the interface of Microsoft Component Object Model (COM). However, due to problems with the holder of the copyright the programming language Java, Sun Microsystems, Microsoft stopped development of the J++, and switches to create a substitute J++, compiler and virtual machine itself by using a programming language that is general-purpose. To handle this project, Microsoft recruited Anders Helsberg, who was a former employee Borland makes Turbo Pascal, and Borland Delphi languages, which also design Windows Foundation Classes (WFC) used in J++. As a result of this effort, C# was first introduced in July 2000 as an object-oriented modern programming language that became a major programming language in development on the Microsoft .NET Framework platform.

 

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