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Wednesday, May 14, 2003 :::
 

Scott Hanselman's new blog entry on the The Myth of .NET Purity. Yes in some ways it does make sense. But again the problem is where do you draw the line between managed and unmanaged code. More the unmanaged part, the more the risk of memory leaks etc, things that managed code aims to solve.


Take advantage of the platform, but the lesser the amount of unmanaged code I need to write(Note this, I dont mind using MS library that calls unmanaged libraries underneath), lesser headaches I have.


My take on this, unmanaged code is not bad, but then keep your distance from it, if possible....




::: posted by Anand at 2:53 PM

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