There is an interesting type of tool that the .NET framework makes possible because of the way it compiles and executes code. These tools are called decompilers and/or assembly browsers. When .NET source code is compiled, the compiler output isn’t directly executable machine instructions. Rather an intermediate “assembly” is produced that at runtime works with .NET’s Common Language Runtime to produce the actual executable machine instructions. Assembly decompilers/browsers let you dig into the internals of an assembly to get a closer look at what it offers. This article takes a closer look at these free tools.
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ASNA recently announced ASNA Mobile RPG (MR). MR is ASNA’s new product and dramatically lowers the learning curve for creating mobile applications for use with smartphones and tablets. ASNA Mobile RPG ships in the first quarter of 2013.
.NET has had generic data types since .NET 2.0. However, many AVR coders aren’t aware of these powerful data structures and how much time they can save. In this article we’ll take a look at using generic dictionaries in AVR for .NET.