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Thanks to Peter Drayton for

May 5, 2002 Written by Charles Cook

Thanks to Peter Drayton for describing some features of MC++ which are not supported in C#, and some sample code:

I don't think these are quite compelling enough to persuade me to prefer MC++ over C# for managed work.

Interesting to note that even MC++ doesn't expose all of the CLR's exception handling capabilities. This discussion has been useful in making me realise I need to know more about the relationship between IL+CLR and the languages that sit on top of them. A quick search on Amazon brings up the following book as maybe worth looking at: Compiling for the .NET Common Language Runtime by John Gough.