First Impressions: C♯
I will be learning C♯ over the next year or so, and since I am almost a week into learning it, I thought that I would post my first impressions here on this blog.
int to a
string. This type system is not a confusing, though, since it only has a single type for
strings (rust has two - one that you can change and one that you can't) and you can convert between the different types quite easily (e.g.
int.Parse() converts a string to an
namespacees too (I don't really know what those do yet). Indentation also seems to be fairly important, which is perfectly fine by me since it improves the readability of your code.
Looking around on the internet, it seems that C♯ is tied in with Visual Studio quite closely. This might cause problems in the future, because I don't really want ot install visual studio (express) on my computer because of it's file size (the installer alone is > 600MB!). Hopefully I can continue to use the
csc C♯ compiler I found in the
.NET 4.0 folder on my computer as my code becomes more complex.