What does Assembly mean in C#?
I'm doing a crash course in C#. I'm fluent in C++, so I'm focusing more on the discrepancies between the two.
What started this was the difference between internal and public keywords. They seem the same, but from the text it says that internal can be seen in the assembly, while public can be seen everywhere.
What the heck is the assembly? I tried reading stack overflow and they mentioned that it was sort of like the meta data plus all of the compiled code, but it's not the executable it works with the executable.
Also, DLLs keep getting mentioned. What does that have to do with Assembly?
Submitted January 31, 2017 at 05:48PM by needmeatnpotatoes
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