Advanced .NET Programming by Simon Robinson

By Simon Robinson

Complicated .NET Programming is the suitable subsequent step for builders who've realized a .NET language and the fundamental workings of the typical Language Runtime, and who now are looking to movement to the following point. even supposing we glance in a few aspect on the workings of the CLR, the focal point during the booklet is at the useful info you might want to be aware of to write down purposes that truly get the main out of .NET.In this e-book, Simon Robinson - the writer of the best-selling specialist C# second version - fills within the holes with the themes that almost all .NET books do not conceal. simply because we imagine that you are already a reliable .NET programmer, this is often one .NET ebook that does not waste time telling you what you realize. in its place, we dive instantly into the main points you might want to write functions that make the easiest use of the CLR, and likewise examine many facets of .NET programming that are not lined in introductory books.Topics lined include:* Intermediate Language - the local language of .NET, and dynamically producing code* In-depth assurance of ways the CLR works* Optimizing the functionality of your functions and profiling their utilization of process assets* Thread synchronization in .NET* complicated home windows purposes* handling assets on a computer utilizing WMI* protection and cryptography in .NET

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Instruction. If we try to run the invalid code presented above, you'll normally see the following: 50 Chapter 1: Introducing Intermediate Language Chapter 1: Introducing Intermediate Language 51 There is little point using either of the debuggers listed in the dialog since they would not be able to show you any executable code as the JIT compiler hasn't actually managed to JIT-compile any of your code! InvalidProgramException: Common Language Runtime detected an invalid program. at Main() Unfortunately the statement 'invalid program' doesn't help very much in identifying the error.

Unverifiable code is code that fails the CLR's type-safety checks. We will discuss type safety and the verification algorithms in more detail in Chapter 3, but for now we'll just point out that a program will fail type safety if it contains certain potentially dangerous IL instructions or sequences of IL instructions. Typical examples of issues that will cause your code to fail verifiability include: • Attempting to pass the wrong types to a method call • Using certain IL opcodes that are formally regarded by the CLR as unverifiable, or which are regarded as unverifiable in certain conditions, when those conditions are true Chapter 1: Introducing Intermediate Language 51 52 Chapter 1: Introducing Intermediate Language • Any instruction that treats an item on the evaluation stack as if it were the wrong type • Any code that de-references unmanaged pointers Obviously, I've made sure that the IL samples I've written for this book (other than the Invalid sample) are verifiable.

However, working out the value of the offset is something that the ilasm assembler handles, so you don't need to worry about it. ) The br statement and other branch statements we present here can only be used to branch within a method. You cannot transfer control to a different method (which makes sense, since that would cause problems about what to do with the contents of the evaluation stack, which is supposedly local to each method, as well as what to do about method arguments). The br command allows for an offset between minus 0x80000000 bytes and plus 0x7fffffff bytes.

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