ECMA-334 C# Language Specification: Notes
- Each clause (eg 14.5.4) has its own HTML page.
- Each normative paragraph within a clause is numbered. These
paragraph numbers do not appear in the ECMA specification.
(An earlier version included the page and line number of each paragraph;
these are no longer included because there appear to be several
versions of the spec floating around that place clauses on
differ pages primarily due to converting a US to a
metric page size.)
- Each sentence within a normative paragraph is numbered. These
sentence numbers do not appear in the ECMA specification.
- Informative sections (which includes Examples and Notes)
appear in green.
- All presentation details are controlled by the ecma334.css
Cascading Style Sheet.
- Some code fragments have lost a little of their layout.
The HTML files were generated from the ECMA specification
using PERL, XML, and XSLT.
- I cannot guarantee the generation is error free. If you find any
translation errors or broken links please tell me.
- This is not
an official version of the C# language specification.
Only the printed version and
Acrobat PDF file
can be considered an official version of the document.
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While writing the PERL program and reading the specification I found some
errors and typos.
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