That's cool but I read as much in Wrox's book on it (Beginning C#) as well
as seeing this:

"...While some criticize the move [MS' C# announcement] on purely ideological
grounds (anti-Microsoft rhetoric), others question the inclusion of individual
language features such as native pointers..."

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"Vlad Ivanov" <vivanov@polarisconsulting.com> wrote:
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>"ceemar" <cemar@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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>> Even tho C# comes from J++, from what I've seen I really don't care for

it
>> due to the pointers and some of the other stuff from C++.

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>Then again, it might be useful to read the language spec. before saying
>nonsense
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>No offense intended, just being cheerfully rude
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>P.S: If you didn't read it yet, there're no pointers in C# (in C++ sense),
>there are delegates.
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