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hi,
I am sonu shukla i want to know .net framework ,since i am very new in this technology.........
Posted 18-Jan-12 23:33pm
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SAKryukov at 19-Jan-12 5:02am
   
Not a question! You should ask a question, otherwise don't post a question.
--SA
CPallini at 19-Jan-12 5:06am
   
That is a huge topic. You may get just some hints here.
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SAKryukov at 19-Jan-12 5:03am
   
Short but to the point, a 5.
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Solution 2

Do you have any idea what you are asking for? The .NET Framework is made up of over 40,000 types (apparently, for V3.5 40513), each of which has from three to hundreds of properties, methods, and events. Each property, method and event has a whole page devoted to it in MSDN.
 
So, you want us to describe this to you, in a single text box?
 
Somehow, I don't think it will fit.
 
Get a book, follow it. And then get another one, on a different part. And another, and another, and another. Then you can move to Linq, and WCF, and WPF, and...
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SAKryukov at 19-Jan-12 5:07am
   
Ha-ha, a 5. I was thinking about writing a quick code showing how many assemblies, public types and methods are involved in typical projects and the whole .NET (as it is presented in GAC), still hesitating about the step traversing the whole GAC is it is available via undocumented API...
 
I wanted to do it for the sole purpose of answering such questions. Maybe some day later...
--SA
OriginalGriff at 19-Jan-12 7:49am
   
I googled: http://www.google.co.uk/search?aq=f&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=how+many+classes+in+.NET
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Solution 3

firstly, why you are not Gooooooled for your Question ?
anyways.
 
.NET is hugh bunch of softwares that run on microsoft windows, includes a large library and supports several programming languages that allows you allow you to create, design and develope your own software
 
Wiki says
The .NET Framework's Base Class Library provides user interface, data access, database connectivity, cryptography, web application development, numeric algorithms, and network communications. Programmers produce software by combining their own source code with the .NET Framework and other libraries
 
check this link - Getting started with .NET[^]
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SAKryukov at 19-Jan-12 5:08am
   
Why not indeed? Probably Google created a personal blackout for OP. :-)
Nevertheless -- some answer. A 5.
--SA
koolprasad2003 at 19-Jan-12 5:27am
   
Thanks SA. and congrats for being CP MVP.

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