Foundation Subscription > Software Development > Call Code In Other Assemblies With C#
Course Description
In .NET, code is stored in either DLLs (dynamic link libraries) or EXEs. The term "assembly" refers to both .NET DLLs and .NET EXEs. The .NET Framework Class Library contains dozens of assemblies that your code will call into. Additionally, you will sometimes package your code into a DLL assembly to share with others. In this course, you will learn to call code that is stored in another assembly.
  • An understanding of computer programming
  • Ability to work with files and install software on a Windows computer
Brad Werner
Brad is a software engineer, technical trainer, and cloud and infrastructure architect specializing in automation, networking, mobility, and security.