By Simon Robinson
Complicated .NET Programming is the ideal subsequent step for builders who've discovered a .NET language and the fundamental workings of the typical Language Runtime, and who now are looking to circulation to the subsequent point. even if we glance in a few aspect on the workings of the CLR, the focal point during the publication is at the functional info you might want to recognize to jot down functions that actually get the main out of .NET.In this publication, Simon Robinson - the writer of the best-selling specialist C# second variation - fills within the holes with the themes that the majority .NET books do not disguise. simply because we suppose that you are already a reliable .NET programmer, this is often one .NET booklet that does not waste time telling you what you recognize. in its place, we dive directly into the main points you'll want to write purposes that make the simplest use of the CLR, and likewise examine many points 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 purposes and profiling their utilization of process assets* Thread synchronization in .NET* complicated home windows purposes* dealing with assets on a laptop utilizing WMI* safeguard and cryptography in .NET
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Syntax Errors A syntax error is conceptually the simplest to understand. exe from understanding it. For example, the following code contains the non-existent instruction ldsomestr (which presumably should be ldstr): ldsomestr "Hello, World" // error. Console::WriteLine(string) ret Syntax errors manifest themselves pretty clearly when you run ilasm, since ilasm will simply refuse to assemble the code. EntryPoint method in an executable assembly • Some problem with the structure of the file (such as omitting an opening or closing brace) Invalid Program An invalid program is an assembly that contains errors in the binary IL code that prevent the JIT compiler from being able to understand the code.
S 0 will load a managed pointer to int32 - int32 &. Hence, after executing this instruction, as far as the JIT compiler is concerned, the top item on the stack is an int32 &. And type safety requires that that is what we treat the data as. s statement in the above code snippet. The JIT compiler will complain about any attempt to use the data on the stack as anything else (for example as an int32 instead of an int32 &). Max() will be defined as expecting two int32 & parameters, which will be popped off the stack.
Console::WriteLine(string) } } This code starts off in a similar manner to code in previous samples that asks the user to enter two numbers. However, there is one crucial difference: in previous samples, we've been able to get away with permanently leaving the two numbers the user types in on the evaluation stack, without having to store them anywhere else. We can't do that here. Now the numbers the user types in will have to be stored in local variables because we need to pass addresses for this data to the Max() method.
Advanced .NET Programming by Simon Robinson