What is the meaning of the .NET Compiler under PB ?

Is going to be a generation of MSIL or C# code ??


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On 31 Oct 2004 04:05:31 -0700, "Nestor" <nesfree@hotmail.com> wrote:

>What is the meaning of the .NET Compiler under PB ?
>Is going to be a generation of MSIL or C# code ??

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