Part I:The .NET Framework
Provides access to collection classes such as lists,
queues, bit arrays, hash tables, and dictionaries.
Provides classes that are used to implement runtime
and design-time behaviors of components and
Provides classes and interfaces that allow you to
programmatically access the various configuration
files that are on your system, such as the web.config
and the machine.config files.
Provides classes that allow data access and
manipulation to SQL Server and OleDb data sources.
These classes make up the ADO.NET architecture.
Provides classes that allow you to debug and trace
your application. There are classes to interact with
event logs, performance counters, and system
Provides classes that allow you to access Active
Provides classes that allow you to access the basic
and advanced features of the new GDI+ graphics
Provides classes that allow you to access COM+
Provides classes that access the global system
variables, such as calendar display, date and time
settings, and currency display settings.
Provides classes that allow access to file and stream
control and manipulation.
Provides access to a collection of management
information and events about the system, devices,
and applications designed for the Windows
Management Instrumentation (WMI) infrastructure.
Provides classes that allow you to access message
queue controls and manipulators.
Provides access to classes that control network
services. These classes also allow control over the
system s sockets.
Provides classes that allow control to create and
invoke loaded types, methods, and fields.
Provides classes that allow you to create and