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How does it work in Mono's C# compiler?

, 30 Apr 2012
The Mono is an Open Source free programming language project. It has the implementation of Microsoft’s .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# language and Common Language Runtime (CLR). In this article, I will explore how the Mono C# compiler works.

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Mohammad A Rahman
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Australia Australia
Designer and Architect.
Author of the Expert C# 5.0: with the .NET 4.5 Framework book

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