Technical Overview of the Common Language Runtime

@inproceedings{Redmond2000TechnicalOO,
  title={Technical Overview of the Common Language Runtime},
  author={Erik Meijer Microsoft Redmond and John Gough QUT Brisbane},
  year={2000}
}
The functionality of the recently announced Microsoft .NET system is founded on the capabilities of the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI). Unlike some other recent systems based on virtual machines, the CLI was designed from the start to support a wide range of programming languages. It is also expected that ECMA standardization will make the CLI available on a wide range of computing platforms. This combination of multi-language capability and multiplatform implementation make the CLI an… CONTINUE READING
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