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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Dynamics AX 2009 - X++, C# Comparison

Well I was actually searching for something yesterday, and came across something interesting that I never noticed before. I know it’s been a part of the Dynamics AX 2009 SDK > X++ Languaged Programming Guide but I just never took notice of this.

What I am talking about is the X++, C# Comparisons that live on MSDN as part of the online Dynamics AX 2009 SDK.

A linke to this can be found here: ’X++, C# Comparisons on MSDN’

So there is a good bit covered in this: Loops, Switches, Array, Collections, Exceptions, Operators, Classes etc.

The one that I also want you to see is the Object Oriendted Programming one. Found here: OOP –X++, C# Comparison

This is actually a very nice comparison and gives you insight, if you don’t already know, about the differences of X++ and sometimes it limitations in comparison to C#.

I think this is a very handy thing to note, and something that can come in handy when helping new technical folks get use to X++. Espcially if they already know C#.

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Blogger CHENGANG said...


10:27 PM  
Blogger brandon said...

Chengang wrote:


I was not sure what that meant so I went to a translation website:


很好 is: hěn hǎo which translated to English (from the website as a source) "pretty damn good".

So to Chengang, thank you and I hope I can write things that are helpful!


1:53 PM  

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