VC.NET is actually Visual C++ with Managed Extensions. It has nothing to do with C#. It's just the "old" VC++ with added funcionality to take advantage of managed code and the .NET Framework, without loosing the "flexibility" of unmanaged code. VC# IS the power on the Internet! ;)
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