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NET CTS and CLS(Common Language Specification)- April 1, 2009 at 17:30 PM by Rajmeet Ghai

Explain the concepts of CTS and CLS(Common Language Specification).


When different languages are integrated and want to communicate, it is certain that the languages have their own data types and different declaration styles. CTS define how these different variables are declared and used in run time. E.g. VB offers an Integer data type while C++ offers long data type. Using CTS, these data types are converted to System32 which itself a data type of CLS.


Any language(s) that intend to use the Common Language Infrastructure needs to communicate with other CLS-Compliant language. This communication is based on set of rules laid by CLS. These rules define a subset of CTS.

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