Another key difference is how scoping works. Most C# developers struggle with this when it comes to the "this" keyword. "This" is not always the object or function you are in. It is determined by how the function or object is called. "This" throws most people for a loop. Pun intended.
Ben Hoelting, C# MVP, Senior Technologist, Aspenware
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