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Last September while I was working on my Teach Yourself Visual C# 2010 in 24 Hours book for Sams Publishing, I posted some interesting statistics for the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1. Now that the .NET Framework 4.0 has been released, I thought I would update these statistics (and thanks to Lisa for asking about them).

There were a total of 44,346 types (loaded from 130 assemblies), with 33,152 classes, 2,398 interfaces, 4,828 enums, and 8,796 value types. The complete breakdown is shown below.

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Of the 33,152 classes, 564 of them are exceptions. There are 428 public and 136 non-public exceptions. The complete breakdown is shown below.

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Posted on Saturday, July 10, 2010 10:39 PM .NET (General) | Back to top


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@William: None taken. The point is simply one of intellectual curiosity. Nothing more, nothing less.
Left by Scott Dorman on Jul 14, 2010 9:24 PM

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So there are almost 20,000 more/additional classes in .Net 4.0 vs .Net 3.5SP1. Do you know where the majority of these come from? Any additional functionality that was not part of the Framework earlier?
Left by Michael on Jul 15, 2010 2:35 PM

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