Managed C++, C#, VB .NET, and other .NET programming languages are compiled to IL code (or MSIL). Learning MSIL gives you the chance to understand some things that are generally hidden. While you never need to write programs in MSIL directly, in some difficult cases it is very useful to open the MSIL code and see how things are done.
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