AT THIS POINT, you’re probably asking yourself, “Why should I learn another language? Why not use
C++?” (or VB or Java or whatever your preferred language is). At least, you were probably asking
yourself that before you bought the book.
Languages are a little bit like power tools. Each tool has it’s own strengths and weaknesses. Though I
could use my router to trim a board to length, it would be much easier if I used a miter saw. Similarly, I
could use a language like LISP to write a graphics-intensive game, but it would probably be easier to
C# (pronounced “C sharp”) is the...