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Dot net framework
« on: October 29, 2021, 08:59:05 AM »

The design principles of Dot Net Framework are what makes it relevant to create Dot Net apps:
Interoperability - The Dot Net system gives a ton of reverse help. Assume on the off chance that you had an application based on a more established form of the Dot Net system, say 2.0. What's more, in the event that you attempted to run a similar application on a machine that had the higher version of the Dot Net system, say 3.5. The application would be in any casework. This is on the grounds that with each delivery, Microsoft guarantees that more seasoned structure adaptations gel well with the most recent form.
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