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C# or .Net features to cut off assuming no backward compatibility needed? [closed]
Any product or framework evolves. Mainly it's done to catch up the needs of it's users, leverage new computing powers and simply make it better. Sometimes the primary design goal also changes with the ...
Jan 26 '11 at 15:01
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