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Question unsigned int is non-CLS compliant.

Hi All,

I have question releated to CLS compliant and CTS.
Chapter 2: C# Basics. Page 41 says ushort, uint and ulong's corresponding types in CTS are System.UInt16, System.UInt32 and System.UInt64 repectively.

On the other hand Chapter 13: Assemblies. Page 364 says unsigned data types are not CLS compliant.

Does that mean, "CTS type(s) can be non-CLS complaint?"

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yes, CTS type(s) can be non-CLS compliant, e.g. uint, ushort, ulong.
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