1.Difference between C# 3.5 and C# 4.0      S.No   C# 3.5                               C# 4.0      1      C# 3.5 does not...
not return a value.                   does not return any value.4    In C#, no keyword is required to      In VB.NET, Over...
19     C# has Bitwise operators namely       Bitwise operators in VB.NET are And,            &,| and ^.                   ...
Delegates, events and properties                                                    cannot be specified as class members. ...
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  1. 1. 1.Difference between C# 3.5 and C# 4.0 S.No C# 3.5 C# 4.0 1 C# 3.5 does not support dynamic C# 4.0 supports dynamic programming programming. through dynamic objects. 2 The dynamic keyword is not In C# 4.0, dynamic keyword is recognized in C# 3.5. associated with objects to represent them as dynamic objects. 3 Dynamic variables cannot be C# 4.0 allows creation of dynamic created in C# 3.5. variables. 4 In C# 3.5, method parameters In C# 4.0, the method parameters can cannot be specified with default be specified with default values using values. C# 3.5 does not support optional parameters. optional parameters. 5 In C# 3.5, method parameters C# 4.0 provides named parameters to have to be specified in the same represent the values of method order as in method declaration in parameters without following the order the method call. C# 3.5 does not of declaration. provide named parameters. 6 In C# 3.5, usage of ref keyword is In C# 4.0, usage of ref keyword is mandatory while executing optional while executing methods methods which are supplied by which are supplied by the COM the COM interfaces. interfaces. 7 The COM object’s indexed The COM object’s indexed properties properties are not recognized in are recognized in C# 4.0. C# 3.5. 8 Co-variance and contra-variance C# 4.0 enhances Generics by are not supported in Generics of introducing co-variance and contra- C# 3.5. variance.2.Difference between C# and VB.NET S.No C# VB.NET 1 In C#, variables are declared using In VB.NET, the variables are declared declarators. using keywords such as private, protected, friend, public, static, shared and Dim. 2 In C#, an object can only be In VB.NET, an object can be created created using new. using new and CreateObject(). 3 In C#, void is specified as the In VB.NET, Sub is used in method return type when a method does declaration to indicate that the method
  2. 2. not return a value. does not return any value.4 In C#, no keyword is required to In VB.NET, Overloads keyword is indicate an overloaded method. used to indicate an overloaded method.5 The current object is referred The current object is referred as me in using this pointer in C#. VB.NET.6 Non virtual call cannot be made in To make a non-virtual call to the C#. current object’s virtual method, MyClass is used in VB.NET.7 Compound data type is declared Compound data type is declared in in C# using class, struct and VB.NET using Structure. interface.8 In C#, constructors are used to In VB.NET, Sub New() is used to initialize an object. initialize the newly created object.9 Object cleanup can be explicitly Object cleanup can be done by using done by destructor in C#. Finalize method in VB.NET.10 In C#, an object is subject to In VB.NET, an object cannot be asynchronous modification using modified in an asynchronous way. volatile keyword.11 In C#, all the variables have to be In VB.NET, variables can be forced for declared before being used. explicit declaration using Option Explicit.12 In C#, default property is defined In VB.NET, default property is defined by using indexers. using Default.13 In C#, base class can be referred In VB.NET, base class can be referred using the keyword ‘base’. using the keyword ‘MyBase’.14 Abstract class of C# can only be MustInherit keyword of VB.NET is inherited and not instantiated. used to denote that a class can only be inherited and not instantiated.15 Sealed keyword of C# is used to NotInheritable keyword of VB.NET denote that a class cannot be denotes that the class cannot involve in inherited. inheritance.16 Division can be performed in C# Division can be performed in VB.NET using / operator. using operator.17 Remainder of division can be Remainder of division can be retrieved retrieved using mod operator of using %. C#.18 C# does not have exponentiation In VB.NET, exponentiation can be operator. performed using ^ operator.
  3. 3. 19 C# has Bitwise operators namely Bitwise operators in VB.NET are And, &,| and ^. Or, Xor. 20 Object reference variables can be Object reference variables can be compared using == operator in compared using Is operator in C#. VB.NET. 21 The short ciruit operators in C# The short circuit operators in VB.NET are && (Boolean AND) and || are AndAlso (Boolean AND) and (Boolean OR). OrElse (Boolean OR).3.Difference between C# and C++ S.No C# C++ 1 C# is a high level language that is C++ is a low level and indeed platform component oriented. neutral programming language. 2 When compiled, C# code is When compiled, C++ code is converted into Intermediate converted into assembly language language code. This intermediate code. language code is converted into executable code through the process called Just-In-Time compilation. 3 In C#, memory management is In C++, the memory that is allocated in automatically handled by garbage the heap dynamically has to be collector. explicitly deleted. 4 In C# Switch Statement, the test In C++ Switch Statement, the test variable can be a string. variable cannot be a string. 5 In C# switch statement, when In C++ switch statement, when break break statement is not given, the statement is not given, the fall through fall through will not happen to the will happen to the next case statement next case statement if the current even if the current case statement has case statement has any code. any code. 6 In addition to for, while and C++ does not contain for each do..while, C# has another flow statement. control statement called for each. 7 C# struts can contain only value C++ struts behave like classes except types. The struts is sealed and it that the default access is public instead cannot have a default no-argument of private. constructor. 8 In C#, delegates, events and In C++, only variables, constructors, properties can also be specified as functions, operator overloads and class members. destructors can be class members.
  4. 4. Delegates, events and properties cannot be specified as class members. 9 In C#, the end of the class In C++, the end of the class definition definition has a closing brace has a closing brace followed by a alone. semicolon. 10 The access modifiers in C# are The access modifiers in C++ are public, private, protected, internal public, private, protected. C++ does and protected internal. not have internal and protected internal access modifiers. 11 C# has finally block in exception C++ does not have finally block in handling mechanism. The code exception handling mechanism. statements in the finally block will be executed once irrespective of exception occurrence. 12 The exception in C# can only The exception in C++ can throw any throw a class that is derived from class. the System.Exception class. 13 C# does not have the concept of C++ has the concept of function function pointers. C# has a similar pointers. concept called Delegates.Please visit my blog @ http://onlydifferencefaqs.blogspot.in/

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