c# vs c#.net

what (if any) is the difference between c# and c#.net?
thanks
Paul
paulwhelanAsked:
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SmithJWCommented:
they are the same thing.
without .net, there is no c#
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PoeticAudioCommented:
There are differences between C# for Visual Studio 2003 and C# for Visual Studio 2005, if that's what you mean?
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mrichmonCommented:
C# is a language.  It is implemented using the .NET framework.  You can also have VB.NET  The .NET is the same.  The first part is the language you are using to work within the .NET framework.

These languages have some tools built in to take advantage of various aspects for working with the .NET framework.

Hope that helps
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barisgomlekCommented:

There is difference between VB and VB.NET, but c# is a new language, and it is c#.net

there is no c# existing for other platforms, but there is VB for Visual Studio 6.0. But you cannot see any c#, only in .NET.
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bob20062006Commented:


C# is new (.Net) language

(.Net) have (C#,VB,C++,J#,...)
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