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Guest

All right, in all reality what is the advantage of purchasing .NET 2003. I
use C++ and frankly all the articles I found were based on changes with
VB.NET I mean is it really worth it especially with .NET 2005 coming out so
soon?
 
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Kurt Krueckeberg

All right, in all reality what is the advantage of purchasing .NET 2003. I
use C++ and frankly all the articles I found were based on changes with
VB.NET I mean is it really worth it especially with .NET 2005 coming out
so
soon?
The advantage of purchasing .NET 2003, if you use VC, is the new support
for partial template instantiation. This can cut down on code bloat, among
other things.
 
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RBischoff

Hello andrewhunter,

I would definitely hold out for VS 2005 if you plan on doing .NET projects
with C++. MS calls it the "New C++" ( new C++/CLI), which it is compared
to Managed C++. The new support for C++ in .NET has put C++ equal with C#
as a tool for .NET development. C++.NET also has features that C# doesn't
have, to learn more check out the numerous articles at http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/
 

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