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By Jeffrey Richter

Dig deep and grasp the intricacies of the typical language runtime, C#, and .NET improvement. Led via programming specialist Jeffrey Richter, an established advisor to the Microsoft .NET team—you’ll achieve pragmatic insights for development powerful, trustworthy, and responsive apps and components.

* absolutely up-to-date for .NET Framework 4.5 and visible Studio 2012
* gives you a radical grounding within the .NET Framework structure, runtime surroundings, and different key issues, together with asynchronous programming and the hot home windows Runtime
* presents broad code samples in visible C# 2012
* gains authoritative, pragmatic information on tough improvement options comparable to generics and threading

Table of Contents
half I: CLR Basics
bankruptcy 1. The CLR’s Execution Model
bankruptcy 2. construction, Packaging, Deploying, and Administering functions and Types
bankruptcy three. Shared Assemblies and Strongly Named Assemblies

Part II: Designing Types
bankruptcy four. style Fundamentals
bankruptcy five. Primitive, Reference, and price Types
bankruptcy 6. sort and Member Basics
bankruptcy 7. Constants and Fields
bankruptcy eight. Methods
bankruptcy nine. Parameters
bankruptcy 10. Properties
bankruptcy eleven. Events
bankruptcy 12. Generics
bankruptcy thirteen. Interfaces

Part III: crucial Types
bankruptcy 14. Chars, Strings, and dealing with Text
bankruptcy 15. Enumerated forms and Bit Flags
bankruptcy sixteen. Arrays
bankruptcy 17. Delegates
bankruptcy 18. customized Attributes
bankruptcy 19. Nullable price Types

Part IV: center Facilities
bankruptcy 20. Exceptions and nation Management
bankruptcy 21. The controlled Heap and rubbish Collection
bankruptcy 22. CLR internet hosting and AppDomains
bankruptcy 23. meeting Loading and Reflection
bankruptcy 24. Runtime Serialization
bankruptcy 25. Interoperating with WinRT Components

Part V: Threading
bankruptcy 26. Thread Basics
bankruptcy 27. Compute-Bound Asynchronous Operations
bankruptcy 28. I/O-Bound Asynchronous Operations
bankruptcy 29. Primitive Thread Synchronization Constructs
bankruptcy 30. Hybrid Thread Synchronization Constructs
Book Details
Paperback: 976 pages
Publisher: Microsoft Press; 4th version (October 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0735667454
ISBN-13: 978-0735667457

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In retrospect, exports and imports have not diversified in the expected manner. In the case of exports only the kind of commodities has changed. Japan first exported synthetic textile fibres (labour cost advantage). Then ships, iron and steel, transistor radios and TV sets, motor cycles, and finally passenger cars became the most important export items as a result of growing capital intensity. Now ships and boats as well as iron and steel are on the decline. Instead, Japanese producers export telecommunication equipment, office machines, numerically controlled machine-tools and precision instruments.

But the figures range from 72 to 80 percent with regard to OECD countries and between 41 and 65 percent with regard to NIC's and developing countries (Table 12). Especially in the case of Asian NIC's, ASEAN (excluding Singapore and Brunei) countries, China, and the Middle East, the share of metals and metal products and of chemicals is considerably high. This means that Japanese exports to the latter are more diversified. Yet it is not expected that this diversification will hold for long since Japan is gradually losing its com- G.

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