What Is An Assembly


  • 26 Jul, 2012

    An assembly is the logical unit that contains compiled code targeted at the .NET Framework
    An assembly is completely self - describing and is a logical rather than a physical unit, which means that it can be stored across more than one file
    If an assembly is stored in more than one file, there will be one main file that contains the entry point and describes the other files in the assembly.
    Same assembly structure is used for both executable code and library code
    The only real difference is that an executable assembly contains a main program entry point, whereas a library assembly does not.

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