1.4 Changes in Visual C# 2003

There have been a few minor additions and changes to the C# language in Visual Studio .NET 2003. Most of these changes were made to tighten the language, to conform more precisely to the ECMA specification of C#, and to address bugs in control flow optimizations made by the compiler. These changes have been included in the language reference. (For example, documentation comments may now use standard /* ... */ notation. See Chapter 4.)

The 1.1 version of the Framework Class Libraries has some minor changes from 1.0, which are reflected in the updated API reference section of this book. With the exception of signature changes on two methods on the XslTransform class, there are no breaking changes that would prevent a 1.0 application from working on the 1.1 Framework.

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