: web developer's guide by Adrian Turtschi; et al

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It also contains the version of this assembly that the application was built with, so that the correct one can be loaded when the application is executed. NET Runtime named _CorExeMain. This is because those functions are invoked through the CLR, not through the normal Windows operating system functions. 2 illustrates the process by which your application’s source code is eventually executed as native code. 1. dll, which exports the _CorExeMain function. 2. The loader then jumps to the EXE’s entry point.

The strong name refers to an encrypted identifier that uniquely defines the assembly and ensures that it has not been tampered with. NET Common Language Runtime further provides security using a Policy-Driven Trust Model Using Code Evidence. NET Platform • Chapter 1 It sounds worse than it really is. The policies are set at three levels: the enterprise, the individual machine, and the user. NET Framework methods from the Base Class Library get the benefits of built in security. That is, the developer doesn’t have to make explicit security calls to access system resources.

Object. Because all data types derive from a common base class, they all share some basic functionality, for example the ability to be converted to a string, serialized, or stored in a collection. NET Base Class Library offers when I started programming, a year’s salary would have seemed reasonable—there really is that much to it. NET environment is contained within the BCL. NET languages don’t have to implement even the most basic functions; they are available in the BCL. NET environment essentially share the same capabilities, except they have different syntax.

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