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Complicated .NET Programming is the fitting subsequent step for builders who've discovered a .NET language and the elemental workings of the typical Language Runtime, and who now are looking to stream to the subsequent point. even supposing we glance in a few element on the workings of the CLR, the point of interest through the e-book is at the useful info you must understand to jot down purposes that truly get the main out of .NET.In this e-book, Simon Robinson - the writer of the best-selling specialist C# 2d version - fills within the holes with the subjects that almost all .NET books do not hide. simply because we suppose that you are already a reliable .NET programmer, this is often one .NET ebook that does not waste time telling you what . in its place, we dive directly into the main points you might want to write purposes that make the simplest use of the CLR, and in addition examine many elements of .NET programming that are not coated in introductory books.Topics coated include:* Intermediate Language - the local language of .NET, and dynamically producing code* In-depth insurance of the way the CLR works* Optimizing the functionality of your functions and profiling their utilization of procedure assets* Thread synchronization in .NET* complicated home windows functions* handling assets on a desktop utilizing WMI* defense and cryptography in .NET

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But if you do write a method where you actually have so many parameters that you need to use the ldarg command, please don't ask me to debug it! exe will automatically convert the names into the parameter indices when it emits the assembly. 0, and so on. Storing to Arguments As a quick aside, we will mention one feature that can occasionally be useful. Besides loading a method argument onto the stack, you can also pop a value from the stack into an argument. s and starg. These instructions both require an argument that gives the index of the argument whose value should be replaced.

I4, stind. i4 is one of a family of stind instructions, each of which deals with a different data type. And once again, the full list of instructions is in the appendix. Debugging IL If you do start writing IL code, you'll want to debug it. And even if you have compiled code from a high-level language, you may want to step through the corresponding IL code for debugging purposes or in order to understand the code better. NET solution. I'll illustrate how it works by using the Max sample from the last section.

In IL, & really does mean we are declaring a pointer - to that extent & in IL is closer in concept to * in C++. That's the theory, so how do we use it? The easiest way is probably to demonstrate the principle in action, so we're going to present another sample. For this sample we'll keep with our MathUtils class name, but this time add a method called Max(). This method is somewhat unusual - it is designed to work out which is the bigger of two integers that it is passed, and will return the index of the larger one - 0 or 1 (it will return -1 if the two integers are the same).

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